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In this text they are saying that rms value is square root of average value of i² but i am not able to relate this thing to equations they have given.

It feels to me that the equations tell something different from the text.

From text I interpret that if we add each and every value of i² from 0 to T and then divide it by no. of values and then take it's square root then value we will get will be rms value but from equations i interpret that "if we divide the total area of graph of i² and t from 0 to T with T then the take square root of that value then that will be the rms value".

I can't relate how these two things are equivalent.

Please tell me if my question is not clear.

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