Your v(t) is strictly decreasing.
Calculate:
v(0.0)
v(0.2)
v(0.4)
v(0.6)
v(0.8)
v(1.0)
Use the first 5 for the over-estimate.
Use the last 5 for the under-estimzate.
For time t, in hours, 0 t 1, a bug is crawling at a velocity, v, in meters/hour given by the following equation.
.Use t = 0.2 to estimate the distance that the bug crawls during this hour. Find an overestimate and an underestimate. Then average the two to get a new estimate.
can i get some help on how to go about this problem...i know how to do it given the different values for time and velocity...but this one stumps me...any help??
mer1988