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anonymous

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How do you estimate a definite integral?

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  1. anonymous
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    plugging in the upper and lower limits

  2. anonymous
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    Well that's evaluating it. You use numerical methods like reimann sums to approximate. Trapezoidal methods and simpsons etc.

  3. anonymous
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    So how would you go about estimating a definite integral if you're told you have to use left endpoints and a certain amount of subintervals?

  4. anonymous
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    trapezoidal or simpsons. Have a look at videos by PatrickJMT on youtube

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