I don't get this...
-My teacher never told me how to do the Midpoint Riemann Sum
-WE don't have the graph, is there a way to solve the problem w/o graphing??
Integral from 1 to 2 of
n = 4
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Alright I have figured out how to do the Trapezoidal Rule, and got the right answer..
But I still have no clue on what to do about MRAM.
midpoint Riemann sum ... height of each rectangle is the function value evaluated at the midpoint of each subinterval.
for example, the first subinterval starts at and ends at ... midpoint x-value is
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