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6.5 Average Value of a Function Question #4 (Medium)

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Mathematics
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MAT136H1
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6.5 Integral Applications Average Value of a Function Question #4 (Medium): Proving the Average Value Theorem Strategy Based on the definition of the average value of a function: ∫ , apply a few basic integral properties to prove any given theorem. Sample Question [ ] represents the average value of the function over the interval [ ]. Prove that for any constant value in the interval, so that , the following relationship holds. [ ] [ ] [ ] Solution Rearrange the more complex right side of the given equation: [ ]
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