Area Example CBD - AREA EXAMPLE: MIDPOINT SUMS FOR f(x) =...

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n 20 0.15 4.502813 i 0 1.00 1 1.15 1.075 1.572188 0.235828 2 1.30 1.225 1.699688 0.254953 3 1.45 1.375 1.804688 0.270703 4 1.60 1.525 1.887188 0.283078 5 1.75 1.675 1.947188 0.292078 6 1.90 1.825 1.984688 0.297703 7 2.05 1.975 1.999688 0.299953 8 2.20 2.125 1.992188 0.298828 9 2.35 2.275 1.962188 0.294328 10 2.50 2.425 1.909688 0.286453 11 2.65 2.575 1.834688 0.275203 12 2.80 2.725 1.737188 0.260578 13 2.95 2.875 1.617188 0.242578 14 3.10 3.025 1.474688 0.221203 15 3.25 3.175 1.309688 0.196453 16 3.40 3.325 1.122188 0.168328 17 3.55 3.475 0.912188 0.136828 18 3.70 3.625 0.679688 0.101953 19 3.85 3.775 0.424688 0.063703 20 4.00 3.925 0.147188 0.022078 x S 20 x i m i f ( m i ) i th area This sheet computes midpoint sum for f ( x ) = 2 x - x 2/2, over [1, 4] with 20 subdivisions. Calculus for Busines Release 2.1, 2 Published and Distr The Mathematical Associa © 2010 by The Arizona Bo The University of Arizo reserved. AREA EXAMPLE: MIDPOINT SUMS FOR f ( x ) = 2x - x2/2
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n 6 0.5 4.531250 i 0 1.000000 1 1.500000 1.250000 1.718750 0.859375 2 2.000000 1.750000 1.968750 0.984375 3 2.500000 2.250000 1.968750 0.984375 4 3.000000 2.750000 1.718750 0.859375 5 3.500000 3.250000 1.218750 0.609375 6 4.000000 3.750000 0.468750 0.234375 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 Number of subintervals ( n) : x S n x i m i f ( m i ) i th area This sheet computes midpoint sum for f ( x ) = 2D x - x 2/2, over [1, 4] with n subdivisions. 1. Set Excel for Automatic Calculation . This is found under Tools / Options / Calculation . 2. Move the Number of subintervals slider to set a value for n in Cell C17 . Clicking on an arrow at the end of a scroll bar increases or decreases n by 1. Cl in the scroll bar increases or decreased n by 10. The width, x , of each subinterval and the sum, Sn , of the areas of all n rectang displayed. This sum is an approximation for the area of the region, R , over [1, 4] that bounded by the x -axis and the graph of f . MIDPOINT SUMS FOR f ( x ) = 2x - x2/2
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Area Example CBD - AREA EXAMPLE: MIDPOINT SUMS FOR f(x) =...

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