Homework 3/21/16 with solutions

Do problems #3 to #8 inclusive, and in addition to doing the integration as we have been doing (don’t be put off by the fancy language of the instructions) also find the average value of the function in the range of the variable.  Remember that the average value of a continuous function is the area divided by the (b-a), the upper range of integration less the lower range of integration.

hw 3 21 16 definite integration and average  No peeking at answers until you work out the problems.

hw 3 21 16 definite integration solutions

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