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Monday, 26 October 2015

Simpson rule with solved example ,Area of curve,definite integral,approximation value,percentage error,

Simpson rule:::::::
A very good approximation to a definite integral can be found with Simpson’s rule.
the area under the curve is divided into a number of strips of equal width. 
there must be an even number of strips as they are taken in pairs
Simpson rule,Area of curve,definite integral,approximation value,percentage error,

Simpson rule,Area of curve,definite integral,approximation value,percentage error,

Simpson rule,Area of curve,definite integral,approximation value,percentage error,


Simpson rule,Area of curve,definite integral,approximation value,percentage error,

Simpson rule,Area of curve,definite integral,approximation value,percentage error,

Simpson rule,Area of curve,definite integral,approximation value,percentage error,

Simpson rule,Area of curve,definite integral,approximation value,percentage error,

Simpson rule,Area of curve,definite integral,approximation value,percentage error,

Simpson rule,Area of curve,definite integral,approximation value,percentage error,

Simpson rule,Area of curve,definite integral,approximation value,percentage error,

Simpson rule,Area of curve,definite integral,approximation value,percentage error,

Simpson rule,Area of curve,definite integral,approximation value,percentage error,

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