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Let $f: \mathbb {R \to R}$ be a function such that for all $x , y \in \mathbb R$

$\large \left| f(x) - f(y)\right| \le 6\left|x - y\right|^2$

If $f(3) = 6$ then find $f(6)$.

Notation: $|\cdot|$ denotes the absolute value function.

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