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Let F(x) = [tex]\int[/tex][tex]^{x}_____________{0}[/tex] x*e^(t^2) dt for [tex]x\in[0,1].[/tex] Find F''(x) for [tex]x\in(0,1).[/tex]

My only problem is the x, because the interval of the definite integral goes from 0 to x, and x is in the integral, even though the integral is with respect to dt. So I'd just like to know what happens in this case? Is x a constant (as if the interval went from a to b, rather than 0 to x)? Or something different?

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# Homework Help: Interval of the definite integral

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