Respiratory Cycle The volume V in liters, of air in the lungs during a five-second respiratory cycle is approximated by the model , where t is the time in seconds. Approximate the average volume of air in the lungs during one cycle.
To calculate: Average volume of air in lungs during 5-second respiratory cycle where, the function is .
The function, on the interval .
If f is integrable on a closed interval then the average value of f on the interval is
The integration can be broken to parts as shown below.
On considering the given function that models the air in lungs during a five-=second respiratory cycle.
Average value of is calculated as,
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