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Using f(x), determine a formula for the Riemann Sum S_n obtained by dividing the interval [0, 4] into n equal sub-intervals and using the right-hand endpoint for each c_k.
f(x)= 5x+2

Now compute the limit as n goes to infinity S_n to compute the area under the curve over [0,4].

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