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Why does FindInstance[x>0,x] give 27?

Because it uses built-in random seed. You can change it as follows ...
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Numerical approximation of the integral by using data

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Numerical approximation of the integral by using data

I think @Roman's modification of @JocelynMinini's use of Interpolation + Integrate is easy to code, easy to understand, and ...
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Numerical approximation of the integral by using data

Using: ...
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Numerical approximation of the integral by using data

Here's a faster approach using Total. ...
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Numerical approximation of the integral by using data

Another approach is to combine Interpolation with NIntegrate. ...
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Numerical approximation of the integral by using data

To compute the numerical approximation of the integral of a function given a list of data using the trapezoidal rule, you may need to follow the approach you described. Your method is essentially ...
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