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Approximating midpoint of a curve

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When the derivative is equal to 1?

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Not sure what derivative to take

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Are there any numerical integration methods that do not involve rectangles or polynomial approximations?

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Area of sector bounded by line and curve

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Application with and without L'Hospital's rule differ

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What is the proper way to combine relative error when multiplying/dividing?

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Finding if the infinite series diverges or converges

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Confusion about Trapezoid rule error

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Ceiling and Floor Function Properties

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Derivations of the trapezoid rule

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How to start this proof? The line through $(a,b)$ and $(c,d)$ is the best linear approximation of any function through those points, as $a\to c$.