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I'm doing some calculatons and I arrived at an equation with this form

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f(t')|_0^t = \int_0^t f(t')dt'

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I was just wondering if anyone as any insight into the interpretation of such an expression. All I can think of is the obvious: that the difference between the function f(t) at the endpoints must equal the area under the curve f(t) between those endpoints. I guess what I'm asking is, what characteristics must f(t) have in order to satisfy this.

Moreover, and probably importantly, I only need this to hold from SOME value of t, not ALL values of t.

Thanks.

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# Any insights on this equation?

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