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Solved: Use Romberg integration to compute R3,3 for the following integrals. a. 1 1 (cos

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Problem 2

Use Romberg integration to compute R3,3 for the following integrals. a. 1 1 (cos x) 2 dx b. 0.75 0.75 x ln(x + 1) dx c. 4 1 (sin x) 2 2x sin x + 1 dx d. 2e e 1 x ln x dx 3.

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Homework Number 9 Explaination Trial problem from homework(9) In a trial, probability of given guilt is .93, acquitted .93, and 84% are truly guilty. - If convicted, what is the probability that he or she was actually innocent - Acquitted=A, Convicted=A​ , Guilty=B, Innocent=B​ C c​ C​ - P(A​ lB)=.93 Guilty and convicted, P(A​ ∩B)/P(.84)=.93 - P(A​ ∩B)=0.7812 - P(AlB​ )=.93 Acquitted and convicted P(A∩B​ )/P(.16)=.93 C​ - P(A∩B​ )= .1488 - P(B)=.84 Truly guilty

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Solved: Use Romberg integration to compute R3,3 for the following integrals. a. 1 1 (cos