Integration applications

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We don’t need calculus to figure out the average value of a linear function over an interval, but what about non-linear functions? Luckily, integral calculus comes to the rescue here. In this tutorial, we’ll understand what “average value” of a function over an interval means. We’ll also connect that notion to the Mean Value Theorem we first learned in differential calculus.


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