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Q1)An engineer is using the multi-segment Simpson's 1f3 Rule to approximate the integral of some function f(x). Using 4 segments, the estimated value...

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Q1)An engineer is using the multi-segment Simpson's 1f3 Rule to approximate the integral of some function f(x). Using 4 segments, the estimated value of the integral is 43.3218. The engineer obtains another estimate
of 33.986 when the number of segments is increased to 16. Based on the given information, help the engineer compute a more accurate estimate of the integral. Keep 4 decimal places. 02)
Suppose the true error resulting from applying the two-segment Simpson's “3 Rule to 3
ezxdx
estimate 1 is in the close interval from al to a;. The value of agis
decimal places. . Keep 4

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