QUIZ 3 has started on
Feb 10, 2014 at 00:00 and will be closed on
Feb 11, 2014 at 23:59.
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Lecture No. 29 to Lecture No.34.
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Total Marks: 1
In Newton-Cotes formula for finding the definite integral of a tabular function, which of the following is taken as an approximate function then find the desired integral?
Select correct option:
Polynomial Function 166
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The percentage error in numerical integration is defined as
= (Theoretical Value-Experiment Value)* Experiment Value*100
= (Theoretical Value +Experiment Value)/ Experiment Value*100
= (Theoretical Value-Experiment Value)/ Theoretical Value *100
Theoretical Value-Experiment Value)/ Experiment Value*100
In the process of Numerical Differentiation, we differentiate an interpolating polynomial in place of ------------.
Newton’s Divided Difference Interpolating polynomial
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