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6.5 Average Value of a Function Overview

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Mathematics
Course
MAT136H1
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6.5 Integral Applications Average Value of a Function: Overview For a continuous function over the interval [ ], average value of the function is calculated by: ∫ Statistically, “average” (or “mean”) means adding up all the data points (here represented by for each subinterval [ ] ), then dividing by the number of data points (number of rectangles under the curve , and as it is set equal to the integral based on the definition). , so .[ ] [
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