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Can someone please (please and please) help me out with question 1H on the 2009 paper. I get the use of the trapezium rule and the values that go in it. But how we get to the final answer, well that's the brick wall at the moment.
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nobody is around so I Guess it is my turn.
draw a table for a standard trapezium rule.
fill it in
apply the trapezium rule
then your answer is a geometric progression (plus a little bit extra)