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    Simpson's rule proof

    Hi folks. I have an extra credit problem I'm trying to do but I don't quite understand the concept of what is being asked of me. The problem is a bit long and wordy so I've scanned and posted it here.

    So far the only thing I've managed to figure out is for part a) x(x-1) which I'm not even sure if I'm heading in the right direction with.

    Would be much appreciated if anyone could help start me off in the right direction.
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    The link you gave doesn't work for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by arbolis View Post
    The link you gave doesn't work for me.
    Sorry, it should work now.
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