# Use the first Fundamental Theorem of Calculus and properties of integrals to explain why thefollowing are impossible:5. J 2t dt 2x27. 12t dt 2 CHint: think of x-1)8. (Section 4.3, 54) Jo f (t) dtx1, no matter what function f is9, f,f(t) dt x2 + 1, no matter what f and a are

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1 views help_outlineImage TranscriptioncloseUse the first Fundamental Theorem of Calculus and properties of integrals to explain why the following are impossible: 5. J 2t dt 2x2 7. 12t dt 2 CHint: think of x-1) 8. (Section 4.3, 54) Jo f (t) dtx1, no matter what function f is 9, f,f(t) dt x2 + 1, no matter what f and a are fullscreen
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Step 1

Theorem used:

First Fundamental Theorem of calculus:

Step 2

Calculation:

From the above equation the value of F(x)=2x^2 and f(x)=2x are continuous on [0, b], where b>0

Step 3

Calculate the derivative of F(x)...

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