# SOLVED: Evaluate the derivative of the definite integral. Your answer will be a function of x. d dx The derivative above (select all that apply) A. does depend on the value 5 in the lower limit of int

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Evaluate the derivative of the definite integral. Your answer will be a function of x.
d
dx
The derivative above (select all that apply)
A. does depend on the value 5 in the lower limit of integration (why?). B. represents the rate of change of the signed area of a trapezoid for x > 5. C. does not depend on the value 5 in the lower limit of integration (why?) D. represents the rate of change of the signed area of a triangle for x > 5.

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