# Definite IntegralsExpress each limit as a definite ## Problem 5PE Chapter 5

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Problem 5PE

Definite Integrals

Express each limit as a definite integral. Then evaluate the integral to find the value of the limit. In each case, P is a partition of the given interval and the numbers ck are chosen from the subintervals of P where P is a partition of [1, 5]

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Solution:-

Step 1 of 3</p>

Given that

We have to express the limit as a definite integral and  we have to evaluate the integral to find the value of the limit.

Step 2 of 3</p>

We have where P is a partition of [1, 5]

Clearly, the lower limit is and the upper limit is and in Riemann sums, the function is So, we get So, the integral is Therefore, the limit as definite integral is Step 3 of 3

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