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use trapezoid rule to evaluate . Use n=4 integral 1 to 3 (sqrt(1+x^3)dx

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ANSWER: Trapeziodal's Rule result = 0.0529224 Error = 0.000352592 Midpoint's Rule result = 0.0523936 Error = 0.000176241 Simpson's Rule result = 0.0525704 Error = 5.82087*10^-7
but how to do it?
that's a bit long process

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