Posted by **royston** on Sunday, November 11, 2012 at 8:27am.

Derive the central difference approximation for f′′(x) accurate to O(h4)

by applying Richardson extrapolation to the central difference approximation of O(h2).

(Note that f''(x)= 2nd derivative of x)

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