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    setting up limit expressing area

    How would I do this problem? Set-up the limit expressing the exact area below f(x) = 4x^2-x^3 and above the x-axis over the interval [-1,0] using even sub-intervals and right endpoints for c sub i.
    then evaluate the area using the fnint feature of your calculator.
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    Re: setting up limit expressing area

    If we let n be the number of even sub-intervals, then what is the width of each sub-interval?
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