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Unformatted text preview: . (Show integralcalculus work; answer in simplest form.) dx x 2 sin 3. (20 points) Evaluate + dx x x 9 2 3 . (Show integralcalculus work; answer in simplest form.) 4. (15 points) Evaluate ( ) + + dx x x 2 1 4 . (Show integralcalculus work; answer in simplest form.) 5. a. (10 points) Given , set up the Simpsons Rule calculation for n = 4. All of the proper pieces must be in their correct places, but DO NOT CALCULATE to a numeric answer. 2 4 3 dx x b. (4 extra points) Use the two error formulae, explain why the Simpsons Rule calculation will always provide a better approximation that the Trapezoidal Rule calculation. c. (15 points) Evaluate ( ) 3 3 2 1 1 dx x . (Show integralcalculus work; answer in simplest form.) Math 141, Sections 03**, T Pilachowski, Spring 2007...
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