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Chapter 4 / Exercise 2
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1.Evaluate the Riemann sum for (x) = x3− 6x, for 0 ≤ x≤ 3 with six subintervals, taking the sample points, xi, to be the right endpoint of each interval. Give three decimal places in your answer. 2.Explain, using a graph of f(x), what the Riemann sum in Question #1 represents. 3.Express the given integral as the limit of a Riemann sum but do not evaluate: . 4.Use the Fundamental Theorem to evaluate (Your answer must include the antiderivative.) 5.Use a graph of the function to explain the geometric meaning of the value of the integral. 1.Use the properties of sigma notation and the summation formulas to evaluate . (5 points).5301281269152.Let . Use geometric formulas to evaluate . (5 points)181615None of these
3.Write the definite integral for the summation: . (5 points)
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4.Find . (5 points)5.Find an antiderivative of 4x7. (5 points)
6.Evaluate . (5 points)
7.Evaluate the integral . (5 points)
Find the antiderivative of . (5 points)
9.Use your calculator to evaluate

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