Hey MMCS.
I can't see the pictures: Can you re-upload them?
Im trying to find the average value of this function,
S is the temperature of a bar
there isnt any values in the question so its proving difficult.
The bar is of length h units,
Fidn the mean value of S in terms of h
My answer is
and the correct answer is
Can anybody see where i have gone wrong?
Thanks
So T= 120+ 232e^{-0.8x}. Not that hard to type. And you are told the interval- it is x= 0 to x= h. However, the "mean value theorem" will not help you find the average value of the figure- just tell you that there is a point where the temperature is equal to that average value. The average value of function f, from x= 0 x= h, is .