# Let f, g continuous functions on the interval [a, b]. Show that if the integral of abs(f(t) - g(t)) dt = 0 from a to b, then f(t) = g(t).?

• Let f, g continuous functions on the interval [a, b]. Show that if the integral of abs(f(t) - g(t)) dt = 0 from a to b, then f(t) = g(t).?

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