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    Anyone know the best wat to represent Riemann Sums graphically with Maple? If I could get an animation that would be great, but if not, inscribing some rectangles inside of a graph would be OK.
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    Quote Originally Posted by VonNemo19 View Post
    Anyone know the best wat to represent Riemann Sums graphically with Maple? If I could get an animation that would be great, but if not, inscribing some rectangles inside of a graph would be OK.
    I've never used it, but this looks like something along the lines of what you are looking for.
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    Quote Originally Posted by McScruffy View Post
    I've never used it, but this looks like something along the lines of what you are looking for.
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    I'm a bit leary about this because it's rated 2 out of five.
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    Quote Originally Posted by VonNemo19 View Post
    I'm a bit leary about this because it's rated 2 out of five.
    I just tried it, and it works pretty well. The basically all it says to do is load the Student: Calculus 1 package, type your function, right-click it, go to tutors, single-variable calculus, then Riemann Sums. Then just play around with it. You can change a bunch or parameters, then place a graphic in your maple doc. It even has a little animate function.

    You don't really even need to download it if you don't want to, just try out the steps that I laid out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by McScruffy View Post
    I just tried it, and it works pretty well. The basically all it says to do is load the Student: Calculus 1 package, type your function, right-click it, go to tutors, single-variable calculus, then Riemann Sums. Then just play around with it. You can change a bunch or parameters, then place a graphic in your maple doc. It even has a little animate function.

    You don't really even need to download it if you don't want to, just try out the steps that I laid out.
    That''s awesome!
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    Quote Originally Posted by VonNemo19 View Post
    That''s awesome!
    Yeah I'd never even noticed that was there, but it's pretty cool.
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