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Prove the Cauchy Mean Value Theorem:

If f,g : [a,b]->R satisfy f continuous, g integrable and

g(x)>=0 for all x then there exists element c is a member of set [a,b] so that

int(x=b,a)f(x)g(x)dx=f(c)int(x=b,a)g(x)dx.

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# Cauchy Mean Value Theorem

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