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Riemann Sums and the Exponential Function

by Sheldon P. Gordon (Suffolk Community College)

This article originally appeared in:
College Mathematics Journal
January, 1994

Subject classification(s): Calculus | Single Variable Calculus
Applicable Course(s): 3.1 Mainstream Calculus I | 3.4 Non-mainstream Calc I

Every standard calculus textbook contains the derivations for the definite integral of \(x\) and \(x^2\) using Riemann sums \(\ldots\)

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Capsule Course Topic(s):
One-Variable Calculus | Integration: Motivation and Definition
One-Variable Calculus | Calculus Functions
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