I have a simple equation with respect to constants
B, unfourtunately it's written using definite integrals with unknown functions in them which are to be calculated afterwards. Mathematica is trying to process those integrals and refuses to simply solve linear equation. Is there a way to tell the system not to deal with integrals but rather consider them constant expressions?
rhs = Integrate[Plus[Times[A, x[t]], Times[B, y[t]]], List[t, 0, 1]] Solve[rhs == A, A]
This can't be solved.
But this can:
Solve[A x[t] + B y[t] == A, A]
However those equaitons are equally simple. How do I tell mathematica to work with integrals properly and express solution in terms of those?