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earthworks1975 wrote:I having difficulty with the this problem: f(x)=x2 from x1=3 to x2=6.
earthworks1975 wrote:I got the answer 9...
earthworks1975 wrote:...but I'm not sure where to calculate the x2-2x....or even HOW to incorporate it into the problem.
earthworks1975 wrote:Thanks for your reply! I apologize for not being thorough. I see from my original post that I screwed up typing the problem. The problem is f(x)=x2-2x from x1=3 to x2=6. Sorry!
1. The instructions to the problem state: Find the average rate of change of the function x1 to x2.
earthworks1975 wrote:I did not know what to do with the x2-2x part.