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Posted on 20191213
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Given that f(x) satisfies the equation f(x)+f(√(1x
^{2}
))=2, compute the integral f(x)/√(1x
^{2}
) from 0 to 1.
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Danish Ahmed Khan
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Obvious substitution  2
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Actually, f'(x) = ax is a solution to the f' equation for any a, but the resulting integral stays the same
Posted by
JLo
on 20191214 05:47:46
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