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April 7th, 2013, 09:16 PM   #1
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Multivariable calculus - partial derivatives

Hey, can anyone please explain to me how do I find the derivative of an integral? obviously they cancel each other out, but how do the integration limits play a role? here's the question:

find the partial derivatives (first partial derivatives, only derive once) of the function:



find:
and
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Hey, can anyone please explain to me how do I find the derivative of an integral? obviously they cancel each other out, but how do the integration limits play a role? here's the question:

find the partial derivatives (first partial derivatives, only derive once) of the function:



find:
and
Let
Then ?f/?x = (dg/du)(?u/?x) = , where
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