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Identify the limit that represents the limit definition of the definite integral

∫_{3}^{9} 6x^{3} dx using a right-endpoint Riemann sum.

Step 1

From the given indefinite integral, observe that *f* (*x*) = 6*x*^3, the lower limit and upper limit is 3 and 9, respectively.

If *f* is integrable in [*a*, *b*], then

Step 2

Compute the value of ∆*x* as follows.

Step 3

The right-end points (*x**i*) are&...

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