I haven't got to the lesson in class about this, but I'd like to jump start before I learn anything in class about it.

The Question:

Consider the Integral

$\displaystyle

\int_{2}^{6}(\frac{4}{x} +5)$

To do this, am I taking the anti-derivative to get f(x) then solving for part a and b?(a) Find the Riemann sum for this integral using right endpoints and n=4.

(b) Find the Riemann sum for this same integral, using left endpoints and n=4

The Anti-derivative by the way is:

$\displaystyle 4ln(\left|x \right|)+5x$

Lastly, this has nothing to do with the problem, but the thread its self. What tags should I put on this to help someone else in the future?