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- Homework Statement:
- The velocity of an object is given as a function of time by v = 4t - 3t^2, where v is in m/s and t is in seconds. Its average velocity over the interval from t = 0 to t = 2s.

- Relevant Equations:
- i’m not sure. all I know is that the answer is 0m/s

t=0 => v(0) = 4(0) - 3(0)^2 = 0m/s

t=2 => v(2) = 4(2) - 3(2)^2 = -4m/s

Vavg => (v(0) + v(2))/2 = -2m/s

When researching the answer, I noticed that they used integrals to solve this question. The only problem is that we never learned about integrals/ derivatives or anti derivative. Is there any way to solve this without the use of those concepts. Thank you.

t=2 => v(2) = 4(2) - 3(2)^2 = -4m/s

Vavg => (v(0) + v(2))/2 = -2m/s

When researching the answer, I noticed that they used integrals to solve this question. The only problem is that we never learned about integrals/ derivatives or anti derivative. Is there any way to solve this without the use of those concepts. Thank you.