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Evenly Periodic (Posted on 20080616) 

The function H(s) is integrable with a period of 2. It is also known that H(s) is an even function.
The function M(y) is such that:
y
∫ H(s) ds = M(y), and:
0
M(1) = B, where B is a nonzero real constant.
Determine the value of M(7) – M(4) in terms of B.
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