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    Finding a function by use of integrals (low level math)

    Hey guys,
    I've run into some homework that's bothering me. I've been asked the question:

    Finding a function by use of integrals (low level math)-math1.jpg

    I know that I can use:

    Finding a function by use of integrals (low level math)-math2.jpg

    To find the area between the two graphs in the interval [a;b], but how do I get the function from there?
    If anyone could show me the first step, I might be able to work out the rest!

    Thanks in advance!
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    Re: Finding a function by use of integrals (low level math)

    Surely the two graphs have just been moved up by a constant amount...

    I have a feeling there's information you haven't told us...
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