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## Homework Statement

Heres the question:

f(t) = Integral from c to t of a(s)ds, and h(t) = e

^{f(t)}

Compute h' (t) using:

2 fundamental theorems of Calculus

and

The Chain Rule

any help please ?

## Homework Equations

**Fundamental Theorems of calc**

g(x) = Integral from a to x of f(t) dt

and

Integral from a to b of f(x) dx = F(b) - F(a)

and chain rule

## The Attempt at a Solution

using the chain rule i know the answer is f'(t)*e

^{f(t)}

but how do you do it using the 2 fundamental thrms??

Help Please

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