Hi! My question is:

Find the integral of x^{2}-4x+2, with the upper limit being 3 and the lower limit being 1 using Riemann sums with general n and right end point.

Obviously, I have no clue how to input this properly, so if you could help with that too, it would be appreciated. I can do the right end point without the exponent, however I don't know where to start on this one. I would be grateful if you would even give me a different example with a similar format.

Thanks in advance!

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