In this worksheet, we will practice interpreting a definite integral as the limit of a Riemann sum when the size of the partitions tends to zero.

**Q1: **

Express as the limit of Riemann sums.

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**Q2: **

Without evaluating the limit, express as a limit of Riemann sums.

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**Q3: **

Express as a definite integral on the interval .

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**Q4: **

Evaluate using the limit of Riemann sums.

- A38
- B18
- C36
- D42
- E16

**Q5: **

Express as a definite integral on the interval .

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**Q6: **

Express as the limit of Riemann sums.

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**Q7: **

Without evaluating the limit, express as a limit of Riemann sums.

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**Q8: **

Evaluate by taking the limit of Riemann sums.

**Q9: **

Using Riemann sums, express as an integral.

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**Q10: **

Express as the limit of Riemann sums.

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**Q11: **

Evaluate using the limit of Riemann sums.

**Q12: **

Express as a definite integral.

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**Q13: **

Evaluate using the limit of Riemann sums.

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**Q14: **

Express as the limit of Riemann sums.

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**Q15: **

Evaluate using the limit of Riemann sums.