# Calculus

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Use your calculator to approximate the integral using the method indicated, with n=100. Round your answer to four decimal places. sqrt(x+4)^dx between 4 and 0.

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What method is "indicated"? Simpson's Rule? Trapezoidal Rule?

Is an exponent supposed to follow your ^ sign? I don't see one.

For n = 100 intervals, evaluate f(x) for every 0.04 change in x, from 0 to 4.

We don't know what calculator you have. You will have to use your own.

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thanks for your answer, there was typo on the question ... but I figured out the answer using excel spreadsheet for Simpson's rule.

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