- For each function listed, do the following. Look at the results
of
`rightbox`and`leftbox`for**n**= 5 and 10. You do not need to include these plots in your report. Find the upper and lower sums (be sure to indicate which is which) with**n**= 50, 100, and 200. Based on this information alone, make a guess as to the value of**A**. Explain the basis for your guess.- on the interval .
- on the interval .

- on the interval .
- For each function given in Exercise 1, do the following. Look
at the results of
`middlebox`for**n**= 5 and 10. You do not need to include these plots in your report. Find the midpoint approximation with**n**= 50, 100, 200. Now what would you guess is the value of**A**? Explain your guess. - The following problems refer to the given in Exercise 1.
Both questions below can be answered through the use of appropriate
Maple commands. Note that the command
`h:= diff(g(x), x$2);`defines the Maple expression

**h**to be the second derivative of . Also note that the`solve`command can be used with inequalities.- If is used to approximate
**A**, what accuracy is guaranteed by the error bound formula? Be sure to state what value of**N**you chose and explain how you picked it. - What is a reasonable
**n**to use if 6-place accuracy is desired? That is, if

- If is used to approximate

Wed Nov 1 13:27:42 EST 1995