Average Velocity over intervals

1. Sep 12, 2009

step1536

1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data

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3. The attempt at a solution

An arrow is shoot up in the air at 50m/s. Its height in meters after t sec. is h=50t-0.36t^2. Find the average velocity over interval [1,1.03], four decimal places.

2. Sep 12, 2009

rock.freak667

this may help (if I remember it correctly)

$$F(x)_{average}=\frac{1}{b-a} \int_{a} ^{b} f(x) dx$$

3. Sep 12, 2009

Bohrok

I think this is a simple secant problem where you find the average rate of change between the two points (1, h(1)) and (1.03, h(1.03)) and not the average value of the function.

4. Sep 12, 2009

step1536

Thanks alot. I knew that but I wanted to make sure.

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