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Unformatted text preview: > > a) a) MATH 138 Maple Lab 1 Assignment (for Assignment 4) Integral Approximations in Maple Due: Friday, February 3, 2012 by 11:00 a.m. in the MATH 138 dropboxes outside of MC 4066. Be sure to staple your Maple Lab 1 to your Assignment 4 and submit them together. Name: ________________________________ ID: _______________ Sec: _____ Instructions Complete Maple Pre-Lab 1 - Integral Approximations in Maple before attempting this lab. Complete the Maple commands as required in this document, but leave the ANSWERs blank for now. A couple of execution prompts [ > have been provided for each part to get you started. Use as many commands as necessary to solve the problem. You can insert more prompts by clicking on the button in the toolbar above the command window. Recall that you can resize graphs (by clicking once on the graph and then dragging any one of the corner rectangles inward) to conserve paper and reduce printing costs. When finished, print out this file double-sided (to save paper and reduce damage to your instructor's back!), and then complete hand-written ANSWERs to the questions and label the graphs as required. Fill in your name, ID number, and section above, and submit your printout to the dropboxes. Ensure that the pages are numbered consecutively , and that your initials and ID are on the top of each page . Problem 1 - Approximating Integrals Consider the integral of the function . Suppose we wish to evaluate the integral of this function over the interval . Ask Maple to do this. (4) (4) b)...
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