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# Shortcut for the Trapezoid Rule Prove that if you have ISBN: 9780321570567 2

## Solution for problem 58AE Chapter 7.6

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Problem 58AE

Shortcut for the Trapezoid Rule

Prove that if you have M(n)and T(n)(a Midpoint Rule approximation and a Trapezoid Rule approximation with n subintervals), then T(2n) = (T(n) + M(n))/2.

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Step 1 of 3

Solution:-

Step1

Given that

A Midpoint Rule approximation and a Trapezoid Rule approximation with n subintervals.

Step2

Prove that Step3

The Midpoint Rule is the approximation of   +-------+ ]

The Trapezoidal  Rule is the approximation of  2 +-------+ ]

We can divide the interval [a,b] into 2n equally spaced , we get  +-------+

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