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Fortran Numerical Methods questions

Fortran Numerical Methods questions

Fortran Numerical Methods questions

Hi guys, I was wondering if anyone could help me out on this question, been trying but can't get anywhere.


Write a program that:
A) Performs numerical integration using the Extended Trapezoid Rule
B) Performs numerical integration using the Extended Simpson’s Rule (see Appendix)
Carry out all tasks within a single program, implementing each different integration method
as a subroutine and the equation to be integrated as a function.
Use your program to evaluate the following integral with both methods:


for the following bounds:
i) a=0,b=1
ii) a=-1,b=0
Test your program with the analytical solution for I
Test the results of your program with both methods for different numbers of intervals.

RE: Fortran Numerical Methods questions

Thanks for that, but i was wondering what does s = s + f(a + (b-a)*k/n) mean? like what is s?
And also this calculates it for 1 value, i want atleast 10

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