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## Solution for problem 47E Chapter 7.6

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Problem 47E

Using Simpson’s Rule

Approximate the following integrals using Simpson’s Rule Experiment with values of n to ensure that the error is less than 10−3. Step-by-Step Solution:
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Problem 47E

Using Simpson’s Rule

Approximate the following integrals using Simpson’s Rule Experiment with values of n to ensure that the error is less than 10−3. Step-1 of 2 ;

In this problem we need to approximate the integral using  simpson’s  Rule experiment with values of n to ensure  that the error is less  than .

Given integral is : dx

The exact value of the given integral is : = 0.44444

simpson’s  formula:  Let us consider ,  f(x) = and  n = 10 ,  = 0 , = , = ………... = f(0) = sin(0)c0s(0) = 0

4 f( ) =4(sin cos )= 2.2360679774

2 f(2 ) =4(sin cos )= 0.363271264

4 f( ) =4(sin cos )= 2.236067977

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