Express the following integral as the limit of Riemann sums using the midpoint rule.
Do not evaluate it.
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Originally Posted by nubshat Express the following integral as the limit of Riemann sums using the midpoint rule You are asking us to do this for you. NO WAY!
Note that is an even function.
So the question reduces to .
To partition the interval into regular subdivision we get .
The midpoints are .
Now the midpoint sum is
Last edited by Plato; Nov 16th 2012 at 04:39 PM.
Thank you very much for the help
I got as an answer
Can someone please confirm that this is right or tell me what I did wrong?
edit: the x is suppose to be an n
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