Can somebody on this page tell about trapezoidal rule in calculus?

Can somebody on this page tell about trapezoidal rule in calculus?

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The Trapezoidal rule is a way of approximating area under a curve. somewhat similar to what you may have done using right sum and left sum that utilized rectangles. in this case we use trapezoids that better refine the partition ( are more accurate) in estimating the area under a curve. later you will see this done with integrals but for now this is your bet bet. \[Deltax \times .5 (y0+2y1+2y2+2y3...+yn)\]

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..tnx for that particular information ..... in what i studied in our class trapezoidal rule is a technique in approximating indefinite integrals.. we also tackled about that particular formula... can u give a particular example for that?

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