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Let f be a function such that f' is continuous on [a,b]. Show that

[tex]\int_a^{b}[/tex] f(t)fâ(t) dt = 1/2 [f''(b) - f''(a)]

Hint: Calculate the derivative of F(x) = f''(x).

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