given f continuous on [a,b] with a not equal to b,(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

does

[tex] \int{a_b}(f^2) = 0 [\tex]

imply that f must be uniformly 0?

(still not able to get Latex right, either. sorry)

thanks

KRC

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# Basic integral question

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