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Approximate the area under a curve using midpoint approximation
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Approximate the area under the curve f(x) = sin- (ax) using the midpoint approximation rule with 3 rectangles over
[0, 1]. Give your answer in decimal form.
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Approximate the area under a curve using midpoint approximation Question Approximate the area under the curve f(x) = sin- (ax) using the midpoint approximation rule with 3 rectangles over [0, 1]. Give your answer in decimal form. Provide your answer below:

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Step 1

Given:

f(x)= sin2 (T)
[0,1]
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f(x)= sin2 (T) [0,1]

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Step 2

Formula used:

f
+... f
sin(TLe) dc Ax f
b-a
where, Ax
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f +... f sin(TLe) dc Ax f b-a where, Ax

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