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Identify the function f and the largest interval of form [0, a] on which the limit below represents a definite integral.

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please tell me you tried \(f(x)=\sqrt{49-x^2}\)
Of course i did
didn't work?

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oh damn, there is a 2 out there, isn't there
yeah and I tried it with the 2 as well
i think it is \(f(x)=2\sqrt{49-x^2}\)
I tried that
integral is \[\sum_{i=1}^nf(x_i^*)\Delta x\]
then i am lost
oh maybe you were supposed to put in the interval as well
Maybe if I change the order to match that so that the 2 is the last part...I orignally wrote it 2*sqrt49-x^2
wow...yeah of course it accepted that and not the 2* one...thanks quys. I hate online hw
dx=a-0/n and max of a is 7 so dx=7/n so if deltax is i/n you can find the coefficient.
picky picky picky
indeed. XP

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