Home > APCALC > Chapter 7 > Lesson 7.3.2 > Problem 7-115
If the graph at right represents distance over time between a space shuttle and Earth, how would you determine the average velocity? Describe the method you would use.
Given a distance function, will average velocity be represented by 'average area under the curve' or 'average rate of change'?
Average (Mean) Values
To calculate the mean (average) value of a finite set of items, add up the values of items and divide by the number of items. Integrals help us add over a continuous interval. Therefore, for any continuous function | |
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