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4. Use the right-endpoints and 3 subintervals to approximate the area of the region
under the curvey = 1/x, above the x-axis, and between x = 1 andx = 4.

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4. Use the right-endpoints and 3 subintervals to approximate the area of the region under the curvey = 1/x, above the x-axis, and between x = 1 andx = 4.

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