I have this question that I have worked out, but got a negative answer.
The question is-
Using the Composite Simpson’s Rule with n = 6 find an approximation to the integral
f(x) = x^2cosx between pi and 0.
I worked the following values-
0, pi/6, pi/3, pi/2, 2pi/3, 5pi/6, pi
and their answers from f(x).
and completed the Simpsons rule.
final answer i got is -6.274868358/88.
Is it right??
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