Using Upper and Lower Sums In Exercises 35 and 36, bound the area of the shaded region by approximating the upper and lower sums. Use rectangles of width 1.
To calculate: The approximate area of the provided region using upper and lower sums.
The shaded region whose graph is to calculate is:
The approximate area is calculated by the formulas:
Where, are the right endpoints.
Where, are the left endpoints.
The area of region by left endpoints:
From the observation of graph,
, , , , , , , , and .
So, the area by left endpoints is:
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