If f(0)=g(0)=0 and f'' and g'' are continuous functions, show that

Integral from 0 to a of f''(x)g(x)dx=f'(a)g(a)-f(a)g'(a)+ integral from 0 to a of f(x)g''(x)dx

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- September 16th 2013, 11:58 PMladiejade7Integration
If f(0)=g(0)=0 and f'' and g'' are continuous functions, show that

Integral from 0 to a of f''(x)g(x)dx=f'(a)g(a)-f(a)g'(a)+ integral from 0 to a of f(x)g''(x)dx - September 17th 2013, 02:45 AMchiroRe: Integration
Hey ladiejade7.

Hint: Use integration by parts a few times.