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January 18, 2022 7:36 pmpts 30 pts
3)A bound for the error for the trapezoidal rule for the definite integral dx 1s rQuestion ID = 2150] Option 1D = 86000 25 [Option ID = 8597] 3. [Option ID = 8598] 4. 20 [Option ID = 8599] Correct Answer [Option ID = 8600] 34) EXact value of the definite integral fCx)dx using Simpson's rule [Question ID = 2152] cannot be given for any polynomial. [Option ID 8608] ,is given when f(x) is a polynomial of degree 4. [Option ID = 8605] is given when f(x) is a polynomial of degree 5. 3. [Option ID = 8607] is given when f(x) is a polynomial of degree3. 4. [Option ID = 8606] Correct Answer is given when f(x) is a polynomial of degree 3. [Option ID = 8606] 35) Let p be a prime and let G be a non-abelian p-group. The least value ofm such that p"oic)1s [Question ID = 2121] 1. 0 [Option ID = 8481] 2. 1 [Option ID = 8482] 3. 3 [Option 1D = 8484] 4. 2 [Option ID = 8483] Correct Answer : o [Option ID = 8481] 30If p is Euler's Phi function then the value of p (720) is [Question ID 2114] 1. 248 [Option ID = 8456] 2. 144 [Option ID = 8453] 3. 192 [Option ID = 8454] 4. 72 [Opton ID = 8455] Correct Answer:
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  • Smitarani swain
    please tell me what is 1/3 in Simpson
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  • Smitarani swain
    thank you so much
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  • Navdeep goyal 1 Best Answer
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