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The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus

The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus

Example 1

Let h be measured in feet and p(h) be measured in psi (pounds per square inch, not the Greek letter ψ). Determine the units of each quantity.

Example 2

Let h be measured in feet and p(h) be measured in psi (pounds per square inch, not the Greek letter ψ). Determine the units of each quantity.

Example 3

Let h be measured in feet and p(h) be measured in psi (pounds per square inch, not the Greek letter ψ). Determine the units of each quantity.

The average value of p on [4,7].

Example 4

Let h be measured in feet and p(h) be measured in psi (pounds per square inch, not the Greek letter ψ). Determine the units of each quantity.

Example 5

Let h be measured in feet and p(h) be measured in psi (pounds per square inch, not the Greek letter ψ). Determine the units of each quantity.

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