# CalculusGlog by alexandra3017

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Calculus

Riemann Showcase

Left Riemann SumApproximating the function starting with the left end point. With increasing functions, LRS is an underestimation. With decreasing functions, LRS is an overestimation. The endpoints are the limits of integration of the function. Right Riemann SumApproximating the function starting with the right end point. With increasing functions, RRS is an overestimation. With decreasing functions, RRS is an underestimation. The endpoints are the limits of integration of the function. Midpoint Riemann SumApproximating the function using the midpoints of the subintervals. This is the more accurate than the Left or Right Riemann Sums. Trapezoidal Riemann SumUsing both the right and left endpoints on the curve, use the trapezoid formula to calculate the area of each sub-trapezoid. This is the most accurate.

Midpoint; Right; Left; Trapezoidal!!!!

Definition: Method for approximating the total area underneath a curve on a graph (also known as an integral)

Kristina Kinsey and Alex MooreRiemann Sums

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I defined the Riemann integral by means of Riemann sums.Who am I?

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