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# quiz_07int_trapcontinuous(1) - (D 5048.9 07.02.2 Chapter...

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07.02.1 Multiple Choice Test Chapter 07.02 Trapezoidal Rule 1. The two-segment trapezoidal rule of integration is exact for integrating at most ________ order polynomials. (A) first (B) second (C) third (D) fourth 2. The value of 2 . 2 2 . 0 dx xe x by using the one-segment trapezoidal rule is most nearly (A) 11.672 (B) 11.807 (C) 20.099 (D) 24.119 3. The value of 2 . 2 2 . 0 dx xe x by using the three-segment trapezoidal rule is most nearly (A) 11.672 (B) 11.807 (C) 12.811 (D) 14.633 4. The velocity of a body is given by 5 1 , 2 ) ( = t t t v 14 5 , 3 5 2 < + = t t where t is given in seconds, and v is given in m/s. Use the two-segment trapezoidal rule to find the distance in meters covered by the body from 2 = t to 9 = t seconds. (A) 935.00 (B) 1039.7 (C) 1260.9

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Unformatted text preview: (D) 5048.9 07.02.2 Chapter 07.02 07.02.2 5. The shaded area shows a plot of land available for sale. The units of measurement are in meters. Your best estimate of the area of the land in 2 m is most nearly (A) 2500 (B) 4775 (C) 5250 (D) 6000 6. The following data of the velocity of a body is given as a function of time. Time (s) 0 15 18 22 24 Velocity ( s m ) 22 24 37 25 123 The distance in meters covered by the body from s 12 = t to s 18 = t calculated using the trapezoidal rule with unequal segments is (A) 162.90 (B) 166.00 (C) 181.70 (D) 436.50 For a complete solution, refer to the links at the end of the book. 60 75 45 25 100 60...
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