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**Below is the graph of f(x) = x
**

2

+ 2. The shaded area is the area of concern. We have bounded the area between f(x)

and the x-axis over the interval [0,1].

1.)

a. Let n= 2, so partition the area over the interval [0,1] into 2 equal sections by drawing lines up to

the f(x) graph. Use these lines as the right-hand endpoints of rectangles.

b. Determine x ∆ . ( Hint x ∆ =

n

a b −

)

c. Use the right endpoints to estimate the upper sum of the area under the curve by filling out the

chart below:

Height of rectangle

f(c

i

)= f( i x ⋅ ∆ )

Width of

rectangle

x ∆

Area = hw

f(c

i

) x ∆ ×

Rectangle i=1

2

2

2

+

,

_

¸

¸ i

= 2

2

1

2

+

,

_

¸

¸

2

1

8

1

2

1

2

1

2

2

1

· ×

1

1

]

1

¸

+

,

_

¸

¸

Rectangle i=2

2

2

2

+

,

_

¸

¸ i

=

Total Area:

d.) The area under the curve is 2.

33

or

3

1

2

. How far off were you with your guess?

2.)

a. Let n= 8, so partition the area over the interval [0,1] into 8 equal sections by drawing lines up to

the f(x) graph. Use these lines as the right-hand endpoints of rectangles.

b. Determine x ∆ . ( Hint x ∆ =

n

a b −

)

c. Use the right endpoints to estimate the upper sum of the area under the curve by filling out the

chart below:

Height of rectangle

f(c

i

)= f( i x ⋅ ∆ )

Width of

rectangle

x ∆

Area = hw

f(c

i

) x ∆ ×

Rectangle i=1

2

8

2

+

,

_

¸

¸ i

= 2

8

1

2

+

,

_

¸

¸

8

1

· ×

1

1

]

1

¸

+

,

_

¸

¸

8

1

2

8

1

2

Rectangle i=2

2

8

2

+

,

_

¸

¸ i

=

Rectangle i=3

Rectangle i=4

Rectangle i=5

Rectangle i=6

Rectangle i=7

Rectangle i=8

Total Area:

d.) Represent the process of summing up the 8 rectangles you just calculated in the chart, using

sigma/summation notation for representing.

3.) Draw a picture of the graph f(x) = x

2

+ 2 over the interval [0,1] such that the area under the curve is

partitioned into an infinite amount of rectangles bounded by the curve.

4.) Let n not be defined by a real number. In other words, n is just n, we will partition the interval [0,1] into n

pieces. Use sigma/summation notation to represent the area under the curve f(x) = x

2

+ 2 over the interval

[0,1] if you partition the area into n rectangles.

5.) Find the limit as n-> of the summation of the “n” rectangles as you have found in problem number 4. In

other words find

x c f

i

n

i

x

∆

∑

·

∞ →

) ( lim

1

(Hint: Use the summation formulas from page 399 of your textbook to get rid of sigma notation)

6.) Find F(x) of f(x) = x

2

+2. In other words, integrate f(x), or find the antiderivative of f(x).

Remember the notation: F(x) =

∫

+ 2

2

x

dx.

7.) Find

∫

+

2

1

2

2 x dx by completing parts a – c below

a.) Use your answer from 7 and find F(2)

b.) Find F(1)

c.) Use the fundamental Theorem of Calculus to find

∫

+

2

1

2

2 x dx = F(2)- F(1)

8.) Explain the link between limits of Riemann Sums and integration.

9.) Challenge: Find the area bounded by the equation y = x

2

+2 ; y = x + 2 ; x=0 ; and x = 1

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