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Posted by **Bryant** on Tuesday, March 20, 2012 at 3:25am.

The first thing i'm having problems understanding with this problem is why that did it need to tell me that each square has an area of n^2 and that the lengths and width is 1/n long.

I have no problem calculating riemann sums if they let me pick how much I partition it myself or actually giving me a set number to partition them.

so if each side is 1/n long and the area of the squares is n^2 does that mean i can pick how to partition it as long as both ways i partition it (n and m) are equal?

also is there any deeper meaning to say that (x*ij,y*ij) are in the upper right corner or does that not even matter?

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**Bryant**, Tuesday, March 20, 2012 at 3:26ami meant ∫R∫xydA

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