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## Solution for problem 11E Chapter 7.6

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Problem 11E

Midpoint Rule approximations  Find the indicated Midpoint Rule approximations to the following integrals.

$$\int_{2}^{10} 2 x^{2} d x$$ using n=1, 2, and 4 subintervals

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Problem 11E

Midpoint Rule approximations Find the indicated Midpoint Rule approximations to the following integrals. using n =1, 2, and 4 subintervals

Step 1;

Midpoint  sum (also Midpoint approximation  )  uses midpoint of subintervals; f(x) dx  (f( ) + f( ) +f( ) +.............+f( )+f( ))

Where = , a = and b = , [a ,b] is the interval .

[ ] ,  [ ]  ,   [ ] ………..  [ ]  are the subintervals in   [ a , b]  .

Step 2 of 6

Step 3 of 6

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