# Let f(x) be a function that is defined and has a continuous derivative on the interval (2,∞)…

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**Question:**

Let f(x) be a function that is defined and has a continuous derivative on the interval (2,∞).

Assume also that f(4)=−14, |f(x)|<x^3+10, and ∫f(x)e^(−x/3)dx=−8 from 4 to infinite. Determine the value of ∫f′(x)e^(−x/3)dx from 4 to inifinite

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