Learn why we get the area of a function by integrate it


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May18-08, 08:18 PM
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For those who want to understand why the integration of a function gives the area of it, you can take a look at...

http://www.mathsroom.co.uk/downloads...er_A_Curve.ppt

I'm posting this because I think that not everyone who makes use of integration can really understand it. However, as it was very difficult to me to find such a good tutorial covering that aspect so well and clear, I am sharing it with those who are also interested in.
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