>> This sort of OK, except the capacitor connects across the (+) terminals of the two input opamps, and does not connect to ground:
>> Also, we don't care about the CMRR at 64 kHz. We care about it at up to 10 kHz, but not above.
In this case, the conner frequency for the low-pass filter would be around 100kHz in order to satisfy the requirement.
>>And doesn't the value depend on the resistors?
Yes, it does. The error in the resistor (typically 0.1%) is much smaller than that of the capacitor (10%). Since the resistor error propagates in the same as the capacitor,
we can ignore it.
Note that we only specify the conner frequency (=1/RC) instead of R and C specifically from the tolerance analysis, we still need to choose appropriate
values for R and C with the conner frequency fixed to be around 100kHz, for which we need to consider the output impedance of port 1 and port 2.