Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by AsaTDi, 19 Apr 2015.
How far have you gotten so far? Have you calculated your interval?
ΔX = (b - a)/n
Ages since I've used it. However...go to Google and search Simpsons rule sample and there are loads of presolved equations for you. It generally just becomes a case of substitution...
I havent. :-(
I missed all the classes when this was discussed, due to illness.
As Dis86 said, it's pretty much a case of substitution. Long winded but pretty simple - first YouTube result:
See how far you get with that.
Above link should sort you out OP. It's been years since I've used Simpson's rule but this served as a good reminder.
Speak to your teacher to get up to speed. You need to learn it properly.
i^2 = sin^2
/int sin(t)^2 dt = t/2 - sin(2t)/4
/int_0^2pi sin(t)^2 dt = pi
So plug it all in and RMS = 1/sqrt(2)
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