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Lesson 31: Numerical Integration
 

Lesson 31: Numerical Integration

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Three methods for approximating an integral are surprisingly good: The Trapezoidal Rule, the Midpoint Rule, and Simpson's Rule.

Three methods for approximating an integral are surprisingly good: The Trapezoidal Rule, the Midpoint Rule, and Simpson's Rule.

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    • Section 5.7 Numerical Integration Math 1a Introduction to Calculus April 25, 2008 Announcements Midterm III is Wednesday 4/30 in class (covers §4.9–5.6) ◮ Friday 5/2 is Movie Day! ◮ Final (tentative) 5/23 9:15am ◮ Problem Sessions Sunday, Thursday, 7pm, SC 310 ◮ ◮ . . . . . .
    • Announcements Midterm III is Wednesday 4/30 in class (covers §4.9–5.6) ◮ Friday 5/2 is Movie Day! ◮ Final (tentative) 5/23 9:15am ◮ Problem Sessions Sunday, Thursday, 7pm, SC 310 ◮ Office hours Tues, Weds, 2–4pm SC 323 ◮ . . . . . .