Kim, Jin – Homework 2 – Due: Sep 11 2007, 3:00 am – Inst: Diane Radin
2
2.
area
≈
51
3.
area
≈
55
correct
4.
area
≈
52
5.
area
≈
53
Explanation:
With 10 equal subintervals and right end
points as sample points,
area
≈
n
f
(1) +
f
(2) +
. . . f
(10)
o
1
,
since
x
i
=
i
. Consequently,
area
≈
55
,
reading off the values of
f
(1)
,
f
(2)
,
. . . ,
f
(10)
from the graph of
f
.
keywords:
Stewart5e, graph, estimate area,
Riemannn sum
004
(part 1 of 1) 10 points
Estimate the area under the graph of
f
(
x
) = 3 sin
x
between
x
= 0 and
x
=
π
3
using five approx
imating rectangles of equal widths and right
endpoints as sample points.
1.
area
≈
1
.
807
2.
area
≈
1
.
767
correct
3.
area
≈
1
.
847
4.
area
≈
1
.
787
5.
area
≈
1
.
827
Explanation:
An estimate for the area,
A
, under the
graph of
f
on [0
, b
] with [0
, b
] partitioned in
n
equal subintervals
[
x
i

1
, x
i
] =
h
(
i

1)
b
n
,
ib
n
i
and right endpoints
x
i
as sample points is
A
≈
n
f
(
x
1
) +
f
(
x
2
) +
. . .
+
f
(
x
n
)
o
b
n
.
For the given area,
f
(
x
) = 3 sin
x,
b
=
π
3
,
n
= 5
,
and
x
1
=
1
15
π,
x
2
=
2
15
π,
x
3
=
1
5
π,
x
4
=
4
15
π,
x
5
=
1
3
π .
Thus
A
≈
3
n
sin(
1
15
π
) +
. . .
+ sin(
1
3
π
)
o
π
15
.
After calculating these values we obtain the
estimate
area
≈
1
.
767
for the area under the graph.
keywords:
estimate area, graph, Riemann
sum
005
(part 1 of 1) 10 points
Cyclist Joe accelerates as he rides away
from a stop sign. His velocity graph over a 5
second period (in units of feet/sec) is shown
in
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2
3
4
5
4
8
12
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