# Definite Integrals

### Example 1

For the integral, (a) find the indicated approximation, and

(b) determine if your approximation is an under-estimate, an over-estimate, or exact.

- RHS(3) for

### Example 2

For the integral, (a) find the indicated approximation, and

(b) determine if your approximation is an under-estimate, an over-estimate, or exact.

- LHS(5) for

### Example 3

For the integral, (a) find the indicated approximation, and

(b) determine if your approximation is an under-estimate, an over-estimate, or exact.

- MID(3) for

### Example 4

(b) determine if your approximation is an under-estimate, an over-estimate, or exact.

- TRAP(5) for

### Example 5

(b) determine if your approximation is an under-estimate, an over-estimate, or exact.

- TRAP(4) for