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I need to compare and contrast Weddle's Rule and Simpson's rule and outline a distinguishing difference between them. I understand Simpson's Rule but I am finding it difficult to obtain clear information about Weddle's rule.

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    lol! i have the same assignment and im having trouble aswell. I cant find anything on weddles rule on the internet and it is not in my textbook.

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    hahah same, in every aspect, however go on wolf man for the weddle's rule

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    To solution is in the idea that Simpson's rule requires an even number of intervals and uses parabola capped trapezoids created by three points. Weddle's rule works accurately for more than 7 and odd numbers of intervals. Good luck in indentifying the derivation of the weird coefficients in the general formula.

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