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Find a function $f$ and a number $a$ such that $\displaystyle 6 + \int^x_a \frac{f(t)}{t^2} \, dt = 2 \sqrt{x}$ for all $x > 0$

$a=9$

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Okay. The first thing you know we could do is differentiate now to find a we know you can substitute off of t is squirt of tea times t Look, we end up with nine equals a

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Heather Z.

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University of Nottingham

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Idaho State University

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