Difference between revisions of "UpperSum Command"

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;UpperSum[ <Function>, <Start x-Value>, <End x-Value>, <Number of Rectangles> ]
 
;UpperSum[ <Function>, <Start x-Value>, <End x-Value>, <Number of Rectangles> ]
 
:Calculates the  ''upper sum'' of the function on the interval [''Start x-Value, End x-Value''] using ''n'' rectangles.
 
:Calculates the  ''upper sum'' of the function on the interval [''Start x-Value, End x-Value''] using ''n'' rectangles.
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:{{example|1=<code><nowiki>UpperSum[x^2, -2, 4, 6]</nowiki></code> yields ''35''.}}
 
:{{Notes|1=<br>
 
:{{Notes|1=<br>
 
:*This command draws the rectangles of the upper sum as well.<br>
 
:*This command draws the rectangles of the upper sum as well.<br>
 
:*See also the commands: [[LowerSum Command|LowerSum]], [[LeftSum Command|LeftSum]], [[RectangleSum Command|RectangleSum]], and [[TrapezoidalSum Command|TrapezoidalSum]] }}
 
:*See also the commands: [[LowerSum Command|LowerSum]], [[LeftSum Command|LeftSum]], [[RectangleSum Command|RectangleSum]], and [[TrapezoidalSum Command|TrapezoidalSum]] }}

Revision as of 09:23, 12 April 2013



UpperSum[ <Function>, <Start x-Value>, <End x-Value>, <Number of Rectangles> ]
Calculates the upper sum of the function on the interval [Start x-Value, End x-Value] using n rectangles.
Example: UpperSum[x^2, -2, 4, 6] yields 35.
Notes:
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