For some constants A and B, the rate of production, R(t), of oil in a few oil well is modeled by: R(t)=A+Be−tsin(2πt) where t is the time in years, A is the equilibrium rate, and B is the variability coefficient. To find the total amount of oil produced in the first N years of operation, I just integrate the who formula right?
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yeah you would integrate from 0 to N
yes integrate because the area under the graph = r(t) * t = ammount of oil
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that gives un approximation of the ammount of oil at around time ti
if u want the ammount of oil from time 0 to n years we need to add all these small rectangles |dw:1378193303204:dw|
integral r(t) dt
id check over the integration if i were you, i did that in my head
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