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    Evaluate , stating all assumptions

    Integral [0,a] f(x)/f(x)+f(a-x) dx

    can someone solve this asap tyvm
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    Quote Originally Posted by kangman View Post
    Integral [0,a] f(x)/f(x)+f(a-x) dx

    can someone solve this asap tyvm
    Since the answer is not expected to depend on f(x), let f(x) be equal to a simple function and then evaluate the integral.
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    sorry but i dun really understand this...
    can u give me an example...?
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    Quote Originally Posted by kangman View Post
    sorry but i dun really understand this...
    can u give me an example...?
    What 'dun' you understand? Let f(x) be a concrete function and then evaluate the integral.
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    i asked this on yahoo...
    Evaluate , stating all assumptions? - Yahoo! Answers
    can u explain the part where it says Integral [0,a] f(x) / ( f(x) + f(a-x) ) dx = Integral [0,a] f( ( a + 0 ) - x) / f((a + 0) - x)+f( (a+0) - (a-x) ) dx
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