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_{i}) and the maximum value f(M

_{i}), it follows from the squeeze theorem that the choice of x in the ith sub-interval does not affect the limit." Why does the squeeze theorem say that I can do this?

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I suppose another way of wording my question is why can I choose any x-value in the sub-interval.

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Then summing, the middle sum is squeezed by the other two sums.

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