## anonymous 5 years ago . Suppose f(x)>0 for all x in (0,10). Express the area under the curve f(x) for 0<=x<=10 as the limit of a sum, using the value of f(x) at right endpoints of your intervals.

1. anonymous

so im guessing ur in calc 1 uni?

2. amistre64

[E]{i=0,10} f(xi) (/\x)i ??

3. amistre64

$\sum_{i=0}^{10}f(\xi) \Delta \xi$

4. anonymous

thats correct amistre.

5. anonymous

writting that for rmur. thats how u do it.

6. amistre64

yay!! its been so long since I had to recall that lol

7. amistre64

i dont know why it came up squirrely in the other way :/

8. anonymous

lol!, i had a couple problems like that in my multiple choice of my calc exam...old stuff!

9. anonymous

ya weird but its all good, cuz the concept behind it is there :P

10. anonymous

thanks, yes its cal 1 review for finals