Express the limit, as a definite integral and evaluate it using the Fundamental Theorem of the Calculus
I have no idea what it's asking me to do haha
And if your wondering I do know the the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus\
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Express the limit, as a definite integral and evaluate it using the Fundamental Theorem of the Calculus
I have no idea what it's asking me to do haha
And if your wondering I do know the the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus\
Thanks : )
If you were to approximate the area under on using n rectangles of equal thickness you would use the following
where (if using the right endpoint of the subinterval)
or
.
In the limit as the answer would becomes exact. So the answer would be
.
I'm guessing you can take it from here.