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10/27/19, 8:42 PMThinkwell | ExercisePage 1 of 1back5 of 10nextUse the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus to find anexpression for the derivative of the given functiondefined on the given interval, if it exists. F′(x) is not defined over all of [17, 40] .With f(t) =, the integral isF(x) =∫xf(t)dt. The integrand,f(t), is not defined at t= 17, so theFundamental Theorem of Calculus, Part I, cannot be applied on the interval [17, 40] .The derivative, F′(x), is not defined onall of [17, 40] .cost√t-1717