Solving integral equations

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potetochippu
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Homework Statement


Solve the following integrale equation by rewriting them as initial value problems:

y(x) = 2 + ∫(y(t))^2dt -this is a definite integral with limits from 1 to x


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The Attempt at a Solution



I am unsure how to approach this question at all because my textbooks did not cover this topic and I couldn't find any examples on the internet either. Thanks
 

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MarneMath
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Think about the fundamental theorem of calculus. I think it'll become clearer once you look it over.
 
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Saitama
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I am not sure what you are asking about. Can you explain what is the meaning of "rewriting them as initial value problems"?
 
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HallsofIvy
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Differentiate both sides of the equation! What is y(1)?
 

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