Posted by **david** on Thursday, April 12, 2007 at 4:35pm.

is average rate of change and average value the same or will you get a different answer for each

this is calculus so it's the mean average. it's using the formula and integrating.

I dont understand your question, but I can assure you that

average rate of change and average value are totally different things. I have no idea what "mean average" means.

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