# Integral linear equation of Fredholm.

How can I prove?.

Prove that if $$[(b-a)|\lambda|sup_{t,s \in [a,b]}|\kappa (t,s)|]<1$$, then a integral linear equation of Fredholm has a unique solution in $$C[a,b]$$.

We know by definition that; in a integral equation of fredholm $$K(t,s,u)=\lambda \kappa(t,s)u, \lambda \in \mathbb{R}$$, we obtain the integral linear equation of fredholm $$\psi (t)= \lambda \int _{a} ^b \kappa (t,s) \psi(s) ds + \varphi(t), t\in [a,b]$$.

• What have you tried? What are your thoughts? – DisintegratingByParts Oct 11 '18 at 23:27