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f(x,y) = ∫_{x}^{y}cos(t^{2}) dt

are they simply:

∂f/∂x = -2xcos(x^{2})

and

∂f/∂y = 2ycos(y^{2})

or am I completely lost here?

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# Partial Derivative

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