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    Midpoint rule

    Use the midpoint rule

    Integral upper limit 14, lower limit 2, squareroot(x^2+1) dx n=6
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    Quote Originally Posted by ineedhelp2008 View Post
    Use the midpoint rule: Integral upper limit 14, lower limit 2, squareroot(x^2+1) dx n=6
    OK. Do it.
    What is the mid-point rule? Can you use it?
    Show how you would start it.
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    the midpoints are 3,5,7,9,11,13
    thats all i get how to do,
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    the width of the subintervals is 2
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