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Approximate the area under the graph of $f(x)$ and above the $x$ -axis, using each of the following methods with $n=4$. (a) Use left endpoints. (b) Use right endpoints. (c) Average the answers in parts ( $a$ ) and ( $b$ ). (d) Use midpoints.$$f(x)=x+2 \text { from } x=0 \text { to } x=4$$

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(a) 14(b) 18(c) 16(d) 16

Calculus 1 / AB

Chapter 13

Limits, Derivatives, and Definite Integrals

Section 5

Area and the Definite Integral

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Differentiation

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so in this problem were given the formula F of X is equal to X plus two. In this case, we're working on the interval from zero 24 Okay, so let's kick and let's take a look at our interval. Here we have 0123 and four. Right. So 123 and four Notice. What's nice about this particular interval is 1234 equally spaced intervals. Okay, that have a with of one. Okay, So in order to make this problem work easier and be able to work through pretty efficiently, let's make a table off the off. All the values of all the output values at zero at one and two and three and at four. And will pick which ones we need based on the problem we're working with. So I'm gonna create a little table here, and I'm going to have 0123 and four is my input values. Zero will give us choose an output value. Three is an output value. 45 and six is outfit values. Now we want to work with the area using the left hand side. Well, I'm using the left side rectangles What's nice is the width of the rectangles will always be one. So it's one times and then I'm going to use just the outputs of the left hand side of each of the intervals. So in this case, I'm going to use the output values at 012 and three in this case, out the adding two plus three plus four plus five. In this case, I'm going to have five, 10 14 and 14 times one gives us 14 to the area. Using the left hand model gives us 14 using the right hand model again. My with is still one each time. So now I have to find the output value on the right side of the interval. So at 123 and four, So the output values and that those points would be three plus four plus five plus six, which is gonna give us seven, 12 18. Now, if we average those values 14 plus 18 divided by two will give us 16. Okay, let's check out the midpoint values well. My with is still one, but my height will happen at each of the middle of the values, which is what happens at between zero and one. Well, what happens between zero and one is halfway between two and three, which is 2.5 halfway between three and 43 and four is 3.5. Halfway between four and five is four point 5.5 way between five and six is 5.5. Adding up 2.5 plus 3.5 plus 4.5 plus 5.5. Multiplying by one gives us 16. Khazad. Check it out. We have the same answer as the average.

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