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anonymous
 2 years ago
does anyone know how to solve this problem in c++ ?
using the trapezoidal rule for finding the area under a graph
a. divide the region into two and use trapezoidal rule to compute the area
b.then divide each region now into two , double the number of regions now into four
c. compute the new area using trapezoidal rule for four regions
d. compute the percentage difference between the two areas
e.stop whenever this percentage difference the is less than 0.01%
f. otherwise go to b. above and repeat the process
THE TEST EQUATION TO USE WILL BE :
∫_a^b▒〖e^ x^2/2〗, a,b are limits
anonymous
 2 years ago
does anyone know how to solve this problem in c++ ? using the trapezoidal rule for finding the area under a graph a. divide the region into two and use trapezoidal rule to compute the area b.then divide each region now into two , double the number of regions now into four c. compute the new area using trapezoidal rule for four regions d. compute the percentage difference between the two areas e.stop whenever this percentage difference the is less than 0.01% f. otherwise go to b. above and repeat the process THE TEST EQUATION TO USE WILL BE : ∫_a^b▒〖e^ x^2/2〗, a,b are limits

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