Definite integral that is equal to Riemann sums

The problem is limit as n goes to infinity, riemann sum from i=1 to n of (2/n)(1+(2i/n))^1/2

The problem I have i getting rid of the ^1/2? I was thinking that I could evaluate the sums under the square root like Riemann sum of 1 + Riemann sum of 2i/n.all under the square root. I don't think that's how I'm suppose to do it.

Any help is greatly appreciated.

The 4 integrals to choose from are

integral from 1 to 2 f(x) = (1+x)^1/2dx

integral from 1 to n f(x) = (x)^1/2dx

integral from n to 2 f(x) = (1+x)^1/2dx

integral from 1 to 3 f(x) = (x)^1/2dx

What does the does the integral from 1 to the n mean?

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**KenAdams** The problem is limit as n goes to infinity, riemann sum from i=1 to n of (2/n)(1+(2i/n))^1/2

The problem I have i getting rid of the ^1/2? I was thinking that I could evaluate the sums under the square root like Riemann sum of 1 + Riemann sum of 2i/n.all under the square root.

Any help is greatly appreciated.

The 4 integrals to choose from are

integral from 1 to 2 f(x) = (1+x)^1/2dx

integral from 1 to n f(x) = (x)^1/2dx

integral from n to 2 f(x) = (1+x)^1/2dx

integral from 1 to 3 f(x) = (x)^1/2dx

What does the does the integral from 1 to the n mean?

I do not see in the list.

But $\displaystyle \int_1^3 {\sqrt {1 + x} dx}$ will work.

I think there is a typo in the last one.

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Thank you, but how did you figure it out.? I'm stuck with removing that square root.

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**KenAdams** Thank you, but how did you figure it out.? I'm stuck with removing that square root.

Look at this. But sure to click **show steps**.

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I know how to find the integrals but I don't know how to solve the Riemunns sums?

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**KenAdams** I'm stuck with removing that square root.

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**KenAdams** I know how to find the integrals but I don't know how to solve the Riemunns sums?

In your first reply you said that it was the square root giving you trouble.

Now you seem confused about Riemann Sums. In the future, please make your questions clear.

The interval is $\displaystyle [1,3]$ its length is $\displaystyle 3-1=2$. Divide $\displaystyle \frac{2}{n}$.

So the $\displaystyle \Delta_x=\frac{2}{n}$, and the partition points $\displaystyle x_k=(1+k\Delta_x)$ where $\displaystyle k=1,2,\cdots,n$

Thus $\displaystyle \sum\limits_{k = 1}^n {\sqrt {(1 + {x_k})} {\Delta _x}}$