We're going to try an inverse process. Consider the following right Riemann sum: lim 12 + sin(7 +(- )]- i=1 (a) What is the width, Ac, of each
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The problems were given from the calculus class, which are related to the Riemann sum theory.

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We're going to try an inverse process. Consider the following right Riemann sum: lim 12 + sin(7 +(- )]- i=1 (a) What is the width, Ac, of each subinterval? (b) What is lefthand side of the interval of integration? (Hint: this is a righthand Riemann sum; how does the lefthand side of the interval of integration relate to the width and the { = 1 coordinate?) (c) What is the righthand side of the interval of integration? (Hint: how does the righthand side of the interval of integration relate to the width and the i = n coordinate?) (d) What is the function being integrated? (e) Finally, using integral notation, write integral being computed, ie, fe f(x)do; what is a, b, and f(z)?

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