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Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
Approximating volume using slabs
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Approximating volume using slabs

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This is intended to be used frame by frame during a lecture while explaining the differences in each approximation to the volume of the solid depicted in the diagram. The thinner slabs will give a …

This is intended to be used frame by frame during a lecture while explaining the differences in each approximation to the volume of the solid depicted in the diagram. The thinner slabs will give a better approximation to the volume. Calculus is all about taking limits...

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  1. Approximating volume using slabs Phillip Isaac University of Queensland

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