Given:

n

k/(n^2)

k = 1

show that

limit as n-> infinity Sn = integral from 0 -> 1 on (xdx)

by comparing the Reimann sum for the integral to the

series.

can someone walk me through this problem?, thanks

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- May 26th 2009, 04:11 PMicedragonttComparing Reimann to this Integral
Given:

n

k/(n^2)

k = 1

show that

*limit as n-> infinity Sn = integral from 0 -> 1 on (xdx)*

by comparing the Reimann sum for the integral to the

series.

can someone walk me through this problem?, thanks - May 26th 2009, 07:30 PMMedia_Man
S= , where and .