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If $s>0$, and the integral runs from $u=s$, then the integral only makes sense if we condition on what we know as of time $s$: we can write $W(s)=k$, where $k$ is some constant known at time $s$, i.e. the value of the Brownian motion $W_u$ known at time $u=s$ (can be zero, but doesn't need to be). Then, we have: $$\mathbb{E}\left[\int_{u=s}^{u=t}W_udu|\...


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