Partition of an interval
A partition of an interval is a division of an interval into several disjoint sub-intervals. Partitions of intervals arise in calculus in the context of Riemann integrals.
Let be an interval of real numbers.
A partition is defined as the ordered -tuple of real numbers such that
The norm of a partition is defined as
Let be a partition.
A Tagged partition is defined as the set of ordered pairs .
Where . The points are called the Tags.
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