Posted by **Patricia** on Tuesday, February 19, 2013 at 10:37pm.

For some constants A and B, the rate of production, R(t), of oil in a new oil well is modelled R(t)=A+Be^(-t)sin(2πt) where t is the time in years, A is the equilibrium rate, and B is the "variability" coefficient. Find the total amount of oil produces in the first N years of operation. Then find the average amount of oil produced per year over the first N years.

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