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# Which represents all antiderivatives for h(t) = 10t* 2t + 17 (A) H(t) = 2t5 ~t2 + 17t + (B) H(t) = 2t5 t2 + 17t + â‚¬ (C) H(t) = 10t5 2t2 + 17t (D) H(t) = 40t3 ...

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###### Which represents all antiderivatives for h(t) = 10t* 2t + 17 (A) H(t) = 2t5 ~t2 + 17t + (B) H(t) = 2t5 t2 + 17t + â‚¬ (C) H(t) = 10t5 2t2 + 17t (D) H(t) = 40t3 (E) H(t) = 40t5 4t2 + 17t + â‚¬ (F) H(t) = 2.5t5 2t2 + 17t + â‚¬

Which represents all antiderivatives for h(t) = 10t* 2t + 17 (A) H(t) = 2t5 ~t2 + 17t + (B) H(t) = 2t5 t2 + 17t + â‚¬ (C) H(t) = 10t5 2t2 + 17t (D) H(t) = 40t3 (E) H(t) = 40t5 4t2 + 17t + â‚¬ (F) H(t) = 2.5t5 2t2 + 17t + â‚¬

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