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sauravshakya
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If f(x)=x^2
Find
lim dx>0
dx{ f(1)+f(1+dx) + f(1+2dx) + f(1+3dx)+...+f(2)}
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sauravshakya Group Title
If f(x)=x^2 Find lim dx>0 dx{ f(1)+f(1+dx) + f(1+2dx) + f(1+3dx)+...+f(2)}
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Without using integration
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dx{ f(1)+f(1+dx) + f(1+2dx) + f(1+3dx)+...+f(2)} dx{ 1 + (1+dx)^2 + (1+2dx)^2 + (1+3dx)^2 + ...+ (1+ndx)^2} where ndx=1 ==>n=1/dx Now, dx{1+1+2dx+dx^2 + 1+4dx +4dx^2 + 1+6dx + 9dx^2+...+1+2ndx+n^2 dx^2} dx { {(n+1)*1} + 2(1+2+3+...+n)dx + (1^2 + 2^2 +3^2 +... +n^2)dx^2}
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Looks like it is easier when f(x)=x^2
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What about when f(x)=1/x
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i'd have preferred to substitute 1/n in place of dx everywhere where n>inf
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