After reading my Calculus II book, I am having problems actually applying what Ive learned to a problem. It's very difficult for me to learn off just reading books, (and then applying what ive learned).(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

So here's the problem, find the area under the curve using right end rectangles for: f(x) = x; [0,1]. With 10 rectangles, A(sub10) = ?

Thank you. I just understand it but I cannot apply it to what ive learned, that is what is hard. I don't have a math teacher; I'm doing this on my own accord.

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# Help with basic area problem.

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