Can you explain the answer of this question below:

- A:F(x) + c
- B:f(x)
- C:f(x) + c
- D:None of the above

The answer is d.

9 Answers

Aaryan Kataria
answered
Aug 12, 2018

See, as you know that integral of f(x) with respect to dx will be F(x) + c where c is a constant. now differentiating it will give F'(x) + 0 as derivative of a constant is 0. Hence the answer to this question is none of the above

Md Saif Ansari
answered
Jul 05, 2019

First you integrate something and then differentiate it, you will get the same result!

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