Calc B WS #12

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Calculus B Workshop Activity #12 April 23, 2008 Names:_______________________________________________________________________ This workshop deals with the approximation of the area under a curve. The same curve will be used throughout. But more than one technique will be used. 1) We’re going to be making approximations on the curve over the interval of . If we divide this interval into eight parts , we’ll be needing the

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Unformatted text preview: following information: 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 2) Using the information from the previous page, approximate the area under the curve through the use of rectangular regions. Do this step twice; once using the left-edge of each subinterval and once using the right-edge. 3) Approximate the area under the curve through the use of the Trapezoid Rule. 4) Approximate the area under the curve using the Simpson’s Rule....
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