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### Education

• MBA, Ph.D in Management
Harvard university
Feb-1997 - Aug-2003

### Experience

• Professor
Strayer University
Jan-2007 - Present

Category > Calculus Posted 31 May 2017 My Price 6.00

### application problem

In the discussion area, solve vour custom application problem using the concepls you have learned. Apply
vour CIN in the bracketed spaces [the ’¼ürst digit is [a], the second digit is [b]. and so forth} Use Math Editor to enter formulas and mathematical expressions. Problem The area of a region under a curve is greater than the
area of an inscribed rectangle and less than the area of
a circumscribed rectangle. Intuitivelv, we understand
that somewhere ŌĆ£betweenŌĆ£ the inscribed and
circumscribed rectangles there is a rectangle whose
area is preciser equal to the area of the region under
the curve: fffla}d’¼é==f(c}{b-’¼é) The average value oŌĆślŌĆś a tu nct'i on on the interval [11; b] is determined by Average value = i I: f (a) do The ef’¼üciencve {in 56 i of an automobile engine is given by E = 133533 _ ’¼éŌĆś’¼é’¼é’¼é’¼églsii , where 3 is
the speed {in kmfhi of the car. Find the average et’¼üciencv with respect to the speed for g : 3 kml'h to 3 : 3{ [d]} kml'h. Round the answerto one decimaE place. Example: if : 4,then .3 : 34kmfh.and if : 5 ,then S : S’¼ümfh

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