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Suppose f is continuous. Prove that

[tex]\int_0^{x} f(u)(x-u) du = [/tex][tex]\int_0^{x}[/tex] ( [tex]\int_0^{u} f(t) dt[/tex]) du.

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# Proving an integration

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