MAT 156: FINAL PROJECT 1In this project you will compute the values for NiMvSSJ4RzYiLUkmRmxvYXRHSSpwcm90ZWN0ZWRHRig2JCIiJiEiIg==, 1.5 of the function NiMvLUkiRkc2IjYjSSJ4R0YmLUkkSW50RzYkSSpwcm90ZWN0ZWRHRixJKF9zeXNsaWJHRiY2JC1JJGV4cEdGJjYjLCQqJEkidEdGJiIiIyEiIi9GNDsiIiFGKA== . The integral cannot be computed with integration techniques.1. Plot the function NiMvLUkiZkc2IjYjSSJ0R0YmLUkkZXhwR0YmNiMsJCokRigiIiMhIiI= on the interval [0, 3]. Use Maple to decide WHERE the function is increasing, decreasing, concave up or cancave down on the interval [0, 5]. Find the inflection points.2. For each of the values of NiNJInhHNiI= use left-hand-sums, right-hand-sums, trapezoid sums and midpoint sums to approximate the value of the integral with at least 6 decimal digits. Use graphs to show which ones are underestimates and which ones are overestimates for each NiNJInhHNiI=. Pay particular attention to the midpoint sums, which should appear as midpoint-tangent sums. BEWARE: The answer is not always the same. Produce underestimates and overestimates of NiMtSSJGRzYiNiNJInhHRiU= for each NiNJInhHNiI= that show that your answer is correct to 6 decimals. Include explanations for your work.