Let the function f be defined as F(x) = ((x^2)-1)/((x^2)+1) Calculate the average of f, avg (f), on the interval [0,2] Find the average of the function f(x)=x-(x^3)Thanks
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Originally Posted by ces91 Let the function f be defined as F(x) = ((x^2)-1)/((x^2)+1) Calculate the average of f, avg (f), on the interval [0,2] Find the average of the function f(x)=x-(x^3)Thanks The average value of a function f(x) over the interval [a, b] is . This formula is undoubtedly in your class notes and textbook. If you need more help, please show all your working and say where you are stuck.
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