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8. What is the integrand in the following definite integral?

∫^{9}_{7 }11/t^{2} dt

Step 1

**Definite integral:**

Integrand is the function that has to be integrated.

If *f *is a function defined on [*a*, *b*], the definite integral of *f *from *a *to *b *is the number integral of (*a *to *b*)*f*(*x*)*dx *provided that limit exists. If the limit exists then *f *will be integrable on [*a*, *b*].

The notations of definite integral is,

Step 2

**Identify the integrand in the given definite integral:**

The integrand in the given definite integral is (11/*t*^{2}).

The given definite integral is,

Step 3

**Obtain the integration for the given definite integral:**

The integration of the given definite integ...

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