Please help me calculate these integrals.
Suppose that Int 0->1 f(t)dt=11 . Calculate each of the following.
A. int0->0.25 f(4t)dt=

B. int0->0.25 f(1−4t)dt=

C. int0.25->0.375 f(3−8t)dt=

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