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Can we solve the following specific integral equation: $$ \int_0^1v^n(1-v)^{x-1}K(v)dv=f(x) ,x\in[0,1) $$ If it is solvable, I wonder whether its solution can be represented in a closed form.

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Solve for what? – doraemonpaul May 11 '13 at 21:15

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