GRE Subject Test: Math : Simpson's Rule

Example Questions

Example Question #1 : Simpson's Rule

Solve the integral using Simpson's rule with subintervals.      Explanation:

Simpson's rule is solved using the formula where is the number of subintervals and is the function evaluated at the midpoint.

For this problem, .

The value of each approximation term is below. The sum of all the approximation terms is therefore Example Question #1 : Numerical Approximation

Solve the integral using Simpson's rule with subintervals.      Explanation:

Simpson's rule is solved using the formula where is the number of subintervals and is the function evaluated at the midpoint.

For this problem, .

The value of each approximation term is below. The sum of all the approximation terms is therefore Example Question #2 : Numerical Approximation

Solve the integral using Simpson's rule with subintervals.      Explanation:

Simpson's rule is solved using the formula where is the number of subintervals and is the function evaluated at the midpoint.

For this problem, .

The value of each approximation term is below. The sum of all the approximation terms is therefore Example Question #2 : Simpson's Rule

Solve the integral using Simpson's rule with subintervals.      Explanation:

Simpson's rule is solved using the formula where is the number of subintervals and is the function evaluated at the midpoint.

For this problem, .

The value of each approximation term is below. The sum of all the approximation terms is therefore All GRE Subject Test: Math Resources 