Hello! Tom from everystepcalculus.com and everystepphysics.com. This is a mean value problem in calculus II not a mean value theorem problem, mean value. It finds the average value or the mean value under a curve using an integral. Integrals are areas under the curves, and this finds, actually finds nonsense in calculus, [unclear 0:31] calculus. Sorry. 25 years of studying this I find no value in it, practical value. So, index 8 to get to my menu. We have to pass our calculus class though. Okay. I’m already at mean value so I’m going to choose that. These programs are in your titanium calculator that you have in your purse or your schoolbag, and you’ll be able to solve all these problems in my menu forever. Compare to your calculus book, you can throw away your calculus books or your study materials from your professors, absolutely worthless but this calculator has all your calculus computations forever as long as you have the calculator for your children, your grandchildren, your partners or your spouses or sisters or brothers, whoever in the future. And not for a very much price either, let me tell you. Finding a mean value, let’s do it. Here’s the formula here. Compare to the root mean square formula which has the square root, all these are no square root signs. I’m going to enter the function, you have to press alpha first. The function is 400x+3x^2, the lower limit is alpha(0), the upper value is alpha(3). And it will show you which values you’ve entered, you can change in case you made a mistake, else say it’s okay. And we start the process of computations of these. Okay, here’s the formula. I put the integral sign down here, this is the mid of the [02:49] because it will off the screen if I did it any other way. So, remember that. No big deal. It still has a dx with respect to x here (3*x^2+400*x)*dx. We just subtracted the b-a here and get 3, and we still have the integral over the limits of 0 and 3 right here. We are going to do the integration now. Here’s the integration x^3+200x^2, and we are going to compute that, these x values with the upper limit and lower limit. It actually equals 3. You write these on your paper, you look like you are a genius, right? 1827, okay, now equals to 0. You write this on your paper equals 0. And the upper minus the lower always in physics, in calculus, upper minus lower. And the answer is, after we’ve put it back into the formula, the answer is 609. Hey, have a good one! Go to my site buy my programs and enjoy passing calculus.
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