Approximation of e^(x^2+3x+1) from 0 to 3 within .2 of the actual integral.
Riemann Sum or Trapezoidal. (We haven't learned Taylor yet).
The Attempt at a Solution
Last n value i found was 148068 which gave me a delta x of 3/148068...im very...
Hi so i have this problem that I am working on but im having trouble with it.
I have to approximate the integral using either Riemann Sum or Trapezoidal sum with .2 of the actual integral. It is the integral of e^(x^2+3x+1) from 0 to 3.
Every time i try to find the n value, it ends up being...
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