 7.5.1: In Exercises 16, sketch the area given by the following approximati...
 7.5.2: In Exercises 16, sketch the area given by the following approximati...
 7.5.3: In Exercises 16, sketch the area given by the following approximati...
 7.5.4: In Exercises 16, sketch the area given by the following approximati...
 7.5.5: In Exercises 16, sketch the area given by the following approximati...
 7.5.6: In Exercises 16, sketch the area given by the following approximati...
 7.5.7: Calculate the following approximations to  6 0 x2dx. (a) LEFT(2) (...
 7.5.8: (a) Find LEFT(2) and RIGHT(2) for  4 0 (x2 + 1) dx. (b) Illustrate...
 7.5.9: (a) Find MID(2) and TRAP(2) for  4 0 (x2 + 1) dx. (b) Illustrate y...
 7.5.10: Calculate the following approximations to  0 sin d. (a) LEFT(2) (b...
 7.5.11: Use Table 7.6 to estimate  2 1 g(t) dt by MID(5).
 7.5.12: Use Table 7.6 to estimate  2 1 g(t) dt by MID(5).
 7.5.13: In 1314, compute approximations to  3 2 (1/x2) dx
 7.5.14: In 1314, compute approximations to  3 2 (1/x2) dx
 7.5.15: (a) Estimate  1 0 1/(1 + x2) dx by subdividing the interval into e...
 7.5.16: (a) Estimate  1 0 1/(1 + x2) dx by subdividing the interval into e...
 7.5.17: Using Figure 7.12, order the following approximations to the integr...
 7.5.18: The results from the left, right, trapezoid, and midpoint rules use...
 7.5.19: In 1922, decide which approximationleft, right, trapezoid, or midpo...
 7.5.20: In 1922, decide which approximationleft, right, trapezoid, or midpo...
 7.5.21: In 1922, decide which approximationleft, right, trapezoid, or midpo...
 7.5.22: In 1922, decide which approximationleft, right, trapezoid, or midpo...
 7.5.23: Consider the integral  4 0 3 xdx. (a) Estimate the value of the in...
 7.5.24: Using a fixed number of subdivisions, we approximate the integrals ...
 7.5.25: (a) Values for f(x) are in the table. Which of the four approximati...
 7.5.26: (a) Find the exact value of  2 0 sin d. (b) Explain, using picture...
 7.5.27: To investigate the relationship between the integrand and the error...
 7.5.28: To investigate the relationship between the integrand and the error...
 7.5.29: (a) Show geometrically why  1 0 2 x2 dx = 4 + 1 2 . [Hint: Break u...
 7.5.30: The width, in feet, at various points along the fairway of a hole o...
 7.5.31: 3135 involve approximating  b a f(x) dx.
 7.5.32: 3135 involve approximating  b a f(x) dx.
 7.5.33: 3135 involve approximating  b a f(x) dx.
 7.5.34: 3135 involve approximating  b a f(x) dx.
 7.5.35: 3135 involve approximating  b a f(x) dx.
 7.5.36: 3637 show how Simpsons rule can be obtained by approximating the in...
 7.5.37: 3637 show how Simpsons rule can be obtained by approximating the in...
 7.5.38: The midpoint rule never gives the exact value of a defi nite integ...
 7.5.39: TRAP(n) 0 as n .
 7.5.40: For any integral, TRAP(n) MID(n).
 7.5.41: If, for a certain integral, it takes 3 nanoseconds to improve the a...
 7.5.42: In 4243, give an example of:
 7.5.43: In 4243, give an example of:
 7.5.44: The midpoint rule approximation to  1 0 (y2 1) dy is always smalle...
 7.5.45: The trapezoid rule approximation is never exact.
 7.5.46: The left and right Riemann sums of a function f on the interval [2,...
 7.5.47: The left and right Riemann sums of a function f on the interval [2,...
 7.5.48: The left and right Riemann sums of a function f on the interval [2,...
 7.5.49: The left and right Riemann sums of a function f on the interval [2,...
 7.5.50: The left and right Riemann sums of a function f on the interval [2,...
 7.5.51: The left and right Riemann sums of a function f on the interval [2,...
 7.5.52: The left and right Riemann sums of a function f on the interval [2,...
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Solutions for Chapter 7.5: NUMERICAL METHODS FOR DEFINITE INTEGRALS
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Absolute minimum
A value ƒ(c) is an absolute minimum value of ƒ if ƒ(c) ? ƒ(x)for all x in the domain of ƒ.

Additive inverse of a complex number
The opposite of a + bi, or a  bi

Arrow
The notation PQ denoting the directed line segment with initial point P and terminal point Q.

Branches
The two separate curves that make up a hyperbola

Cosecant
The function y = csc x

Derivative of ƒ at x a
ƒ'(a) = lim x:a ƒ(x)  ƒ(a) x  a provided the limit exists

Directrix of a parabola, ellipse, or hyperbola
A line used to determine the conic

Doubleangle identity
An identity involving a trigonometric function of 2u

Doubleblind experiment
A blind experiment in which the researcher gathering data from the subjects is not told which subjects have received which treatment

Even function
A function whose graph is symmetric about the yaxis for all x in the domain of ƒ.

Graph of an inequality in x and y
The set of all points in the coordinate plane corresponding to the solutions x, y of the inequality.

Horizontal asymptote
The line is a horizontal asymptote of the graph of a function ƒ if lim x: q ƒ(x) = or lim x: q ƒ(x) = b

Identity function
The function ƒ(x) = x.

Multiplication property of equality
If u = v and w = z, then uw = vz

Partial sums
See Sequence of partial sums.

Polar distance formula
The distance between the points with polar coordinates (r1, ?1 ) and (r2, ?2 ) = 2r 12 + r 22  2r1r2 cos 1?1  ?22

Removable discontinuity at x = a
lim x:a ƒ(x) = limx:a+ ƒ(x) but either the common limit is not equal ƒ(a) to ƒ(a) or is not defined

Simple harmonic motion
Motion described by d = a sin wt or d = a cos wt

Velocity
A vector that specifies the motion of an object in terms of its speed and direction.

Venn diagram
A visualization of the relationships among events within a sample space.