First, we know that the
Use the right end point rule, we have ,
Then we would have
and
Now, , implies that
so the Riemann Sum is
I was wondering if someone could show me the Riemann Sum for the following function:
on [-1,2]
I need to find the exact area under the curve, so I'd assume n->INFINITY
I keep trying this, and I come in the realm of Mathematica's answer (If I split up the interval).. but not close enough.
I keep getting: -1 + 3i/n
Whenever I multiply everything out after substituting into the function, substituting in for i after factoring out the constant/n I come nowhere close.