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Textbook Problem

Suppose [1, 4] is divided into 6 equal subintervals.

(a) Find the width h of each subinterval.

(b) Find the subdivision points.

(a)

To determine

To calculate: The width h of each subinterval if the domain [1,4] is divided into 6 equal subintervals.

Explanation

Given Information:

The provided region is [1,4] and it is divided into 6 equal subintervals.

Formula used:

For an interval [a,b], if it is divided into n equal subintervals, then width h of each subinterval is given by,

h=ban

Calculation:

As it is provided that the region is [1,4],

Now, the formula for h is,

h=ban

Here, a=1 and b=4, also, the division is into 6 subdivision so n=6

(b)

To determine

To calculate: The subdivision points if the domain is [1,4] and is divided into 6 equal subintervals.

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