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I was wondering if anyone had some advice on how to solve the following equation for ## F(b)##:

$$ F(g(b)) h(b) + F'(b) s(b) - F(b)h(b) + h(b) + \int_{g(b)}^{b} v(x) F'(x) dx = 0 $$

Any hints on how to tackle this would be highly appreciated. Thank you!

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# A Differential equation with integral

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