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# Let c ∈ (a, b) and let d ∈ r. define f : [a, b] → r as ( d if x = c, f (x) : = 0 if x = c. prove that f ∈ r[a, b] and compute r b a f using the definition of the integral (but feel free to use the propositions of this section).   ### Another question on Mathematics Mathematics, 04.02.2019 21:05
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Let c ∈ (a, b) and let d ∈ r. define f : [a, b] → r as ( d if x = c, f (x) : = 0 if x = c. prove th...
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