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You will be examined on the different applications of the trapezoid rule by answering several practice problems.

To elaborate, you will be asked to demonstrate your ability to:

- Calculate the area under a curve using one and two trapezoids
- Find the integral under a curve using three trapezoids
- Apply the formula for a Riemann sum using four trapezoidal slices

**Problem solving**- use acquired knowledge to solve practice problems that provoke your understanding of the trapezoid rule**Reading comprehension**- ensure that you draw the most important information from the related trapezoid rule lesson**Information recall**- access the knowledge you've gained regarding graphing expressions

If you're thirsty for a greater comprehension of the trapezoid rule, have a look at our lesson, What is the Trapezoid Rule? The lesson will answer any further questions you have about:

- The Riemann sum
- Using trapezoids to estimate area
- Summation notation
- Applying the trapezoid rule

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Math 104: Calculus14 chapters | 116 lessons | 11 flashcard sets

- Go to Continuity

- Go to Limits

- Summation Notation and Mathematical Series 6:01
- How to Use Riemann Sums for Functions and Graphs 7:25
- How to Identify and Draw Left, Right and Middle Riemann Sums 11:25
- What is the Trapezoid Rule? 10:19
- Definite Integrals: Definition 6:49
- How to Use Riemann Sums to Calculate Integrals 7:21
- Linear Properties of Definite Integrals 7:38
- Average Value Theorem 5:17
- The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus 7:52
- Indefinite Integrals as Anti Derivatives 9:57
- How to Find the Arc Length of a Function 7:11
- Go to Area Under the Curve and Integrals

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