Question 01 (c)
as a definite integral. Do not evaluate the integral.
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This is a Riemann sum. Recall that
Then do a pattern match.
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From the question, we immediately see that
Now, to determine , notice that we have that the function is of the form
The only composition of functions is underneath the square sign. So we must have that
and hence that
As , we have that and hence since
we have that . Combining the above gives
which completes the question.