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f(x)= integral of (sin x / 1 + t^2)dx ,lim- 1 to 1 then f`(60°) =?

f(x)= integral of (sin x / 1 + t^2)dx ,lim- 1 to 1 then f`(60°) =?

Grade:12

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Vikas TU
14149 Points
one year ago
Dear student 
f(x) = integral of (sin x / 1 + t^2)dx
f’(x) = (sin x / 1 + t^2) 
Considering t as constant 
f’(60) = sqrt(3)/(2+2t^2) 
Good Luck

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