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King James Bible: Genesis, Chapter 1
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Simpson's Rule
Simpson's rule is a numerical method that approximates the value of a definite integral by using quadratic polynomials.
7.6 Approximation Errors and Simpson's Rule
Simpson's Rule Is Exact for Quintics
1 Simpson's Rule
Simpson's rule differs from the other numerical integration routines in that it requires that we partition the interval [a, b] into an even number of subintervals.

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Simpson's rule - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In numerical analysis, Simpson's rule is a method for numerical integration, the numerical approximation of definite integrals.
Simpson's Rule -- from Wolfram MathWorld
6. Simpson's Rule
Apr 30, 2011 Simpson's Rule is another numerical approach to finding definite integrals where no other method is possible.
Simpsons Rule - Approximate Integration - YouTube
Mar 24, 2009 Simpsons Rule - Approximate Integration. In this video, I give the formula for Simpson's Rule, and use it to approximate a definite integral.
Simpson's Rule
Simpson's rule is a numerical method that approximates the value of a definite integral by using quadratic polynomials.

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