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Course Topic(s): One-Variable Calculus | Fundamental Theorem
User can draw a function \(f(x)\) using a nice smoothing algorithm, then a simple slide interaction draws a rectangle whose height is given by the average value of the function from \(a\) to \(b\). The user can opt to show shaded net area between the curve and the \(x\)-axis, perfect for an instructor to use as a demonstration of the average value formula.
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Creator(s): Dan Gries
Contributor(s): Dan Gries
This resource was cataloged by Doug EnsleyPublisher:
Resource copyright: Dan Gries
This review was published on March 05, 2011
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