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You want to estimate the area underneath the graph of a positive function by using four rectangles of equal width. The rectangles that must give the best estimate of this area are those with height obtained from the: a. Left endpoints b. Midpoints c. Right endpoints d. Not enough informationYou want to estimate the area underneath the graph of a positive function by using four rectangles of equal width. The rectangles that must give the best estimate of this area are those with height obtained from the: a. Left endpoints b. Midpoints c. Right endpoints d. Not enough informationYou want to estimate the area underneath the graph of a positive function by using four rectangles of equal width. The rectangles that must give the best estimate of this area are those with height obtained from the: a. Left endpoints b. Midpoints c. Right endpoints d. Not enough information

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