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Estimating with Rectangles Enter the function
Estimating with Rectangles LRAM 4 on [2,5]
Estimating with Rectangles RRAM 4 on [2,5]
Estimating with Rectangles MRAM 4 on [2,5]
LRAM n on [a,b] w sum(seq(y 1 (x),x,a,b-w,w)) This is the width of the rectangles
RRAM n on [a,b] w sum(seq(y 1 (x),x,a+w,b,w)) This is the width of the rectangles
MRAM n on [a,b] w sum(seq(y 1 (x),x,a+w/2,b-w/2,w)) This is the width of the rectangles
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