Can someone please double check this for me? It seems to be correct but the number I get is far larger than those obtained using non-algebraic methods of obtaining derivatives.
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$\displaystyle
\int_0^{10} \frac 1{10} x^2 \cdot 4x +1 ~dx
$
BTW, I double posted the question because I already attmepted it before and ended up with 0.4 whcih I was told was right but the answer did not make sense seeing how as I have already obtained the derivative using the midpoint rule, trapezoid rule etc.