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137, MATH Calculus 1 for Honours Math, Winter 2008 ASSIGNMENT 9 Due date: March 28, 2008, 10:00 a.m. Submit the following. Section 4.9: Section 5.2: Section 5.3: Section 5.5: #14, #18, #28 #54, #65 #6, #41 #60 P1 (this is NOT a bonus problem!). (a) Make two of sketches the graph of y = f (x) = 2 + cosx for 0 x 2, and illustrate L4 on one and R4 on the other (the left and right Riemann sums with 4...

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137, MATH Calculus 1 for Honours Math, Winter 2008 ASSIGNMENT 9 Due date: March 28, 2008, 10:00 a.m. Submit the following. Section 4.9: Section 5.2: Section 5.3: Section 5.5: #14, #18, #28 #54, #65 #6, #41 #60 P1 (this is NOT a bonus problem!). (a) Make two of sketches the graph of y = f (x) = 2 + cosx for 0 x 2, and illustrate L4 on one and R4 on the other (the left and right Riemann sums with 4 subdivisions). (b) Use areas to compare the values of the following quantities: R4 , L4 and 2 (2 + cosx)dx. 0
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