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# Checkpoint 7 Worked-out solution available at LarsonAppliedCalculus.comUse the model in Example 7 to find the average population of the world from 1976 through 2000. Compare your result to the result of Example 7.

To determine

To calculate: The average population of the world from the year 1976 to 2000 when the world population is represented by P=0.0004t2+0.053t+2.49 in billions of people. Compare the result with the example 7.

Explanation

Given information:

The population of the world is represented by P=0.0004t2+0.053t+2.49.

Formula used:

To determine the average value of a continuous function f on [a,b]:

Average value=1baabf(x)dx.

Calculation:

Consider P=0.0004t2+0.053t+2.49, which represents the population of the world.

Now to find average population of the world from the year 1976 to 2000 apply the formula and take the interval as [26,50],

The average population of the world is,

Average value=150262650(0.0004t2+0.053t+2.49)dt=124[0.0004t33+0

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