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leftendpoint approximation
an approximation of the area under a curve computed by using the left endpoint of each subinterval to calculate the height of the vertical sides of each rectangle

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Questions & Answers
what are the 12 theorem of limits
I don't understand the set builder nototation like in this case they've said numbers greater than 1 but less than 5 is there a specific way of reading {x1<x<5} this because I can't really understand
x is equivalent also us 1...
Jogimar
a < x < b means x is between a and b which implies x is greater than a but less than b.
Bruce
alright thanks a lot I get it now
Ivwananji
I'm trying to test this to see if I am able to send and receive messages.
Anyone with pdf tutorial or video should help
joseph
hellow gays. is it possible to ask a mathematical question
Michael
What is the derivative of 3x to the negative 3
that's wrong, its 9x^3
Mugen
Or rather kind of the combination of the two: 9x^(4) I think. :)
Csaba
9x4 (X raised power negative 4=
Simon
I have 50 rupies I spend as below
Spend remain
20 30
15 15
09 06
06 00
 
50 51 why one more
Pls Help.....
if f(x) =3x+2 what is the value of x whose image is 5
can anyone teach me how to use synthetic in problem solving
Mark
can someone solve Y=2x² + 3 using first principle of differentiation
Yes ☺️ Y=2x+3 will be {2(x+h)+ 3 (2x+3)}/h where the 2x's and 3's cancel on opening the brackets.
Then from (2h/h)=2
since we have no h for the limit that tends to zero, I guess that is it....
Philip
thank you Philip Kotia
Rachael
g(x)=84x sqrt of 3 + 2x sqrt of 8 what is the answer?
Sheila
I have no idea what these symbols mean can it be explained in English words
How to solve lim x squared two=4
Rate of change of a constant is zero because no change occurred
Highsaint
What is the derivative of sin(x + y)=x + y ?
How? can you please show the solution?
Frendick
Solution please?😪
Frendick
find x^2 + cot (xy) =0 Dy/dx
Continuos and discontinous fuctions
integrate dx/(1+x) root 1x square
Source:
OpenStax, Calculus volume 1. OpenStax CNX. Feb 05, 2016 Download for free at http://cnx.org/content/col11964/1.2
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