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Question :[tex]\int_0^{49pi^2} (sin(sqrt(x))/(sqrt(x)) dx[/tex]
should i just solve it as a regular integral like usally and then do F(b) - F(a)? if so, why is it called Fundamental Theorem of Calculus if it's just like a regular integral?
should i just solve it as a regular integral like usally and then do F(b) - F(a)? if so, why is it called Fundamental Theorem of Calculus if it's just like a regular integral?