What is the basic process of finding the average value for this problem. Find the average value of the function f(x)= sin(x) on the interval [0, pi]
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You basically solve that integral, and multiply it by 1/(upper bound-lower bound); in this case, it would be 1/Pi.
So I'd integrate that function, then multiply by 1/ 1/pi, but where'd you get 1/pi from?
Just one over pi. Because that's the definition of average value: 1/(b-a). So you have endpoints 0 and Pi, then the term b-a becomes Pi.
Ahh, I see now. Thank you!!
Originally Posted by Hibijibi What is the basic process of finding the average value for this problem. Find the average value of the function f(x)= sin(x) on the interval [0, pi] Average value of on is Therefore for and youd have average value is
Ahh, I will def need to remember that for tomorrows exam. Thank you!
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