How to find the area under a curve

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Area Under the Curve

Start with the initial x-value (in the example I’ve been using — that’s x = 1). Calculate the height of the rectangle. This would be f (x) at the current x value. Find the area of this
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Area Under a Curve – Mathematics A-Level Revision

Now that I have the equation, I can calculate the area under the curve by finding the value of f (10)-f (1) In our example, I have the equation – f (x) = (1.0038/3)*x 3 + (2.1826/2)*x 2 – 1.85x +