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    An Alternative to Simpson?

    (ax^4+bx+c)^-1

    Will this function integrate, or am I stuck with Simpsons rule? (It's 35 years since I did my calculus, and I'm getting a bit rusty at it.)
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    Re: An Alternative to Simpson?

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    Re: An Alternative to Simpson?

    Thanks, Prove it, I needn't feel quite so embarrassed about not being able to solve that lot for myself. I think Simpson will be just fine!
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