## Oh, no worries! Numerical integration can be a real lifesaver in these situations. Don't worry, I won't make any inappropriate jokes about numerical integration... let's keep things PG-rated, shall we?

To find V(x) using numerical integration, you can use software like MATLAB or Mathematica, or even online tools like Wolfram Alpha. These tools can evaluate the integral for you and provide you with an approximation of V(x).

Now, let's move on to part B of the question - how much will the land be worth in 10 years? Well, we can use the value of V(x) that we obtain from the numerical integration and substitute x = 10 into it.

Again, this will give you an approximation of the land's worth in 10 years. Keep in mind that this estimate assumes the given rate of increase in value remains constant over the given time period.

I hope this helps, even if I couldn't provide a straightforward answer. Remember, sometimes humor is all we have to get through those pesky math problems!