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Romberg Integration

Mathematics
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Someone found the answer for me. Question #1
Wow, you never give up

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hahah I have been researching since friday. But someone else somehow found this
So you know how to compute R(1,1) ?
It appears easy to follow, but I still don't get how to compute R(a,b)
Well Just remember that R(0,0)=R_1,1 and that R(2,0)=R_3,1 and R(2,2)=R_3,3
Well, at least you were able to figure it out.
Its just subsitution
I wish your mic was working. We could have went over it in vyew.
Look over it again its easy to follow. You basically are just subsituting equation 2 and equation 3 back into equation #1
It would be easier to follow if you walked me through it.
Where are you getting stuck?
Can we please go over this in vyew? And can you please fix your mic this time?
I dont have a mic installed
That's impossible. What kind of computer do you have?
Well I had to restart my operating system so everything got deleted. I am gonna get someone to install it on monday
You can probably install it yourself. Think outside the box.
Not sure what to do. Like this tech said he needs to still install a few things for me. I just needed the comp so he let me take it home
Your IT person is probably talking about a driver. It's not a plug and play model is it? If it is a p2p model you can just plug it into your mic jack and use it. Unless of course you don't have the driver for your sound card installed then that can be a predicament.
Oh maybe. I will leave it up to him

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