i need to find out as much as possible about weddles rule but at this stage the only useful info i have found is from the mathworld website, and they just give 1 example so i cant find a general formula for 12 and 25 equal divisions for numerical integration.
I'll look in my maths books - if there's something there I'll scan it for you..
I have a book somewhere listing all the known rules of maths and physics - it's from the 1960's.
Weddle's Rule concern
Just to remind you, I have to be able to use Weddles Rule for:
1) 12 equal partitions
2) 24 equal partions
3) Derive an equation that represents Weddles Rule for n equal partitions.
Weddle's rule, which is a method for approximating the integral, can be found on http://mathworld.wolfram.com/WeddlesRule.html for 7 points (6 equal partitions).
How can I do the above 3 things?
I thought that perhaps there is a sequence inside the h/3(1 5 1 6 1 5 1).
Found the book and the description, do you still require it?
I've figured it out since!
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