Finding a function (f) and a number a that satisfy the definite integral

Question: Find a function (f) and a number 'a' that satisfy the definite integral

Here is the integral: 6+∫[a,x,f(t)/t^2,t]=2sqrt(x) which comes out to http://www.mathway.com/math_image.as...B03?p=133?p=44

Can somebody please explain how to do this? i tried using the FToC parts 1 and 2, but i think im using them wrong here...

Thanks in advance!

Re: Finding a function (f) and a number a that satisfy the definite integral

Assume f is continuous. Then the derivative of $\displaystyle \int_a^x {f(t)\over t^2}dt$ is $\displaystyle {f(x)\over x^2}$, which must then be $\displaystyle {1\over \sqrt{x}}$ -- I took the derivative of both sides of the equation. So $\displaystyle f(x)={x^2\over \sqrt{x}}=x^{3/2}$. Now $\displaystyle \int_a^x {t^{3/2}\over t^2}dt=\int_a^x t^{-1/2}dt=2t^{1/2}|_a^x=2\sqrt{x}-2\sqrt{a}$. Finally then $\displaystyle 6+2\sqrt{x}-2\sqrt{a}=2\sqrt{x}$ implies $\displaystyle 3=\sqrt{a}$ or $\displaystyle a=9$.