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whateverrrr... anyhow.. i'm so bored to the bones that i wanna write this below for all you guys out dere studying for 2u nit maths

lol

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eres the simpsons rule:

(S.. sum) of the integral from a--> b f(x) dx (with respc'ts to x) is (and approx) = h\3 [ 4 (times the odd Y's... where Y = the ordinate values LABELLED) + 2 (times the even Y's)] where h = b-a\2 still

ohh darn .. wrong... INCORRECT SORRY lol

2nd attempt: =)

SIMPSONS RULE

(S.. sum) of the integral from a--> b f(x) dx (with respc'ts to x) is (and approx) = h\3 [ Yo + Yn + 4 (times the odd Y's... where Y = the ordinate values LABELLED) + 2 (times the even Y's)] where h = b-a\n still [ where n = number of strips]

darn it .. forgot Yo + Yn lol.. yo and yin is dere name... lol newys

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erm.. y = A sin nx has a --> T = 2 pie \ n and A = amplitude.
y = A cos nx has a --> T = 2 pie \ n and A = amplitude too =)
y = A tan nx has a --> T = pie only \ n and A = NO AMP.

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