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Unformatted text preview: 6 2 1 a I dx x = âˆ« . Using Trapezoidal integration with a step size âˆ† x =1 results in an approximate value I T = 2.44375. A) Find the value of â€œaâ€. B) Using the correct value of â€œaâ€, apply Simpsonâ€™s 1/3 Formula with âˆ† x =5/6 and find I S , the approximation to the definite integral. C) Find the true relative error in Parts A) and B). i x i 2 i i a f x = 1 2 3 4 5 Sp 95 EGN 3420 Exam 2B Name___________________ SHOW ALL WORK! Problem 4 (25pts) Using Trapezoidal integration to approximate the definite integral 4 sin I xdx = âˆ« it is necessary to keep the truncation error below 2.854785 x 108 . Find the number of required subintervals from 0 to Ï€ /4....
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 Spring '11
 klee
 Numerical Analysis, trapezoidal integration

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