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y = 1/2x^2x + 3 for 0_<x_<6.
(b) Calculate the midordinates of 5 strips between x = 1 and x = 6, and hence use the mid ordinate rule to approximate the area under between x = 1, x = 6 and the xaxis.
(c) Assuming that the area determined by integration to be the actual area, calculate the percentage error in using the midordinate rule.
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