need calculus help y=2x find antiderivative using riemann sum yes i kno its just y = x^2 + c but i need help doing the work..... this is what i got so far below

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need calculus help y=2x find antiderivative using riemann sum yes i kno its just y = x^2 + c but i need help doing the work..... this is what i got so far below

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i got more
ok that's good what you're doing.

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|dw:1355372991600:dw| forgot to mention a = 0 since its at the middle point and B is some point thats greater then 0
then i got this but im sure somethings wrong
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Whoa,aren't you the one who posed this question Goten77?
am i doing this right so far?
I mean posted this?
ye i posted
so is what i did right so far?
What is n? I think that is usually given. But if not, then yes. You're on the right path
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hmm if thats right then i get to this part |dw:1355373870543:dw|
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heres where i get lost
You're "n" should cancel out when you take the limit, you get an actual value.
hmm something like this u mean?
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must b a really long reply XD
Oh sorry, haha. Yeah. like that. The N's should cancel :)
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hmm maybe this |dw:1355375769697:dw|
well the right side = 1 but then im left with the anti derivative of y = x and not y = 2x
<.< should a 2 b on the top from like the start or somethign?
Well, yeah. Lol. It should. You should have got that from your b-a tho, I believe.
oh i think i get it now
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hmm this problem took me way to long
Yeah, reimann sum problems are long. introduction methods to easy methods are always long. just like the definition of the derivative. it' could take a long time.

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