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AP Calculus

Area

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Calculus was built around two problems

Tangent line

Area

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To approximate area, we use rectangles

More rectangles means more accuracy

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Area

Can over approximate with an upper sum

Or under approximate with a lower sum

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Area

Variables include

Number of rectangles used

Endpoints used

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Area

Regardless of the number of rectangles or types of inputs used, the method is basically the same.

Multiply width times height and add.

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An upper sum is defined as the area of circumscribed rectangles

A lower sum is defined as the area of inscribed rectangles

The actual area under a curve is always between these two sums or equal to one or both of them.

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We wish to approximate the area under a curve f from a to b.

We begin by subdividing the interval [a, b] into n subintervals.

Each subinterval is of width .

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Area Approximation

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Area Approximation

We wish to approximate the area under a curve f from a to b.

We begin by subdividing the interval [a, b] into n

subintervals of width .

Minimum value of f in the ith subinterval

Maximum value of f in the ith subinterval

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Area Approximation

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Area Approximation

So the width of each rectangle is

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So the width of each rectangle is

The height of each rectangle is either

or

Area Approximation

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