calculus SIMPSON RULE

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Use Simpson's Rule and all the data in the following table to estimate the value of the integral .

x -16 -15 -14 -13 -12 -11 -10
y -8 9 4 9 -5 -9 3

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    1/3[f(16)+4f(15)+2f(14)+4f(13)+2f(12)+4f(11)+f(10)]

    I'm assuming for deltax is 1.

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    Check with your school to see if it ofrfes dual credit math courses. This means you take a college level math class and you also receive another math credit. Pray that this helps you out for your senior year. Good luckBlessings

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