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Continuous Functions Are Integrable
This Demonstration illustrates a theorem from calculus: A continuous function on a closed interval
is integrable, which means that the difference between the upper and lower sums approaches 0 as the length of the subintervals approaches 0.
Contributed by:
Izidor Hafner
Based on a program by:
Ed Pegg Jr
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Continuous Functions Are Integrable
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Contributed by:
Izidor Hafner
Based on a program by:
Ed Pegg Jr
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