Use the form of the definition of the integral given in the Properties of Integrals to evaluate integrals below:
I then get:
I do the calculations and end up with
Take up the limit as n -> infinite and get
basically I did the same thing for this problem and end up with
Here's another problem that I quite don't understand.
3. Find the Riemann sum for ,
with six terms, taking he saple points to be right endpoints. Give your answer correct to six decimal places.
There are several other parts to this particular question but I think I can manage to answer those if I find out how to do this part.