(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data

In the attachment: 5aef, 6abc

3. The attempt at a solution

5a.) I started by dividing the question into two integrals: the integral of 2sin(x) evaluated from 0 to pi/4 minus the integral of 4sec^{2}(x) evaluated from 0 to pi/4. Then the anti-derivative of 2sin(x) is -2cos(x) and the anti-derivative of 4sec^{2}(x) is 4tan(x). I'm not sure if this is correct, though?

5e&f.) I'm not even sure what this is asking. It looks like "the integral of the derivative", which, according to my notes, is f(x)+C, but.... help? I'm not sure.

6abc.) Again, not sure what this is asking. Looks like the derivative of the integral, which is f(x) in my notes. I made an attempt at the first one using the way my friend said to do it, you can see it in the second attachment, but I don't know if it is correct.

Thanks for any help!

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# Homework Help: Integrals and derivatives.

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