Hi guys, I've been trying to figure out if this ratio is less than 1, can anyone help me? it involves the ratio of an integral over its derivative, times the ratio of a function over its cumulative function. So I get something like f(t)/F(t) * Int{from 0 to t} f(x)dx/F(t).(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

are there any rules on these ratios that may help me prove this is less than one for continuous and positive functions? Thanks!

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# Ratios of integrals and its derivatives

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