Calculus please help
posted by Amy .
Use the Midpoint Rule to approximate the integral from 7 to 17
(1x1x^2)dx
with n=3

Calculus please help 
drwls
See http://math.fullerton.edu/mathews/n2003/MidpointRuleMod.html
for how to do this. Your "n" is the "m" at that website.
Why do you bother to have the coefficient "1" in front of x and x^2 ?
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