Question

Consider the following

y=x^2 that corresponds to the domain interval [0, 4]

a. sketch and set up a integral that represents the length of the arc on the graph (Do Not Evaluate).

b, Estimate the length of the arc from part a, using the
Distance Formula to compute the *length of the line segment*
joining the *endpoints* of this arc.

c. Use the Trapezoidal Rule, with n = 8, to produce a better estimate of length of the arc (and the Integral value) from part A. List your partition – and the valuations of the integrand – before assembling the estimate.

Answer #1

sir if any mistake plz comment

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