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Course: Calculus I
Topic: Antiderivatives
Subtopic: Electronic Evaluation of Riemann Sums and Definite Integrals

Overview

Once you are able to set-up an integral that will calculate the approximate area under a curve via a Riemann Sum or the exact area under a curve via a definite integral, then it makes sense to take advantage of technology to evaluate that integral.

Objectives

By the end of this topic you should know and be prepared to be tested on:

• 4.3.1 Evaluate a definite integral electronically
• 4.3.2 Compute a Riemann Sum electronically

Supplemental Resources (recommended)

For evaluating a definite integral, if you have a Texas Instruments handheld graphing calculator then this site may help:

Computing a Riemann Sum electronically is highly dependent on your grapher/software. If you have a Texas instruments handheld graphing calculator then these sites may help: