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Course: MCS 320, Fall 2008
School: Ill. Chicago
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% Problems with computer projectors turned this % lecture into an exercise session. % We illustrated the use of functions in functions % with the <a href="/keyword/trapezoidal-rule/" >trapezoidal rule</a> , implemented by the % function traprule: help traprule % see comments The function t = traprule(f,a,b) returns in t the application of the <a href="/keyword/trapezoidal-rule/" >trapezoidal rule</a> to approximate the definite integral of f over [...

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