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f(x)g'(x)dx

from zero to ten.

If f(x) = x^2 and g has the following values on the table

at x=0, g(X)=2

at x=2, g(x)=2.7

at x=4, g(x)=3.8

at x=6, g(x)=4.6

at x=8, g(x)=6.0

at x=10, g(x)=6.7

I know that I have to approximate the integral by finding the average of the left and right sums

I just need help getting started. Any help would be appreciated

Thanks

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# Integral help

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