Integration methods...an errorproof method?

09022017, 10:43 PM
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RE: Integration methods...an errorproof method?
(09022017 10:21 PM)Joe Horn Wrote: The modified Romberg method used by the HP71B Math Pac avoids that problem by avoiding the endpoints altogether. It also has some other features as explained on page 118 of the owner's manual. You can read that page here: http://holyjoe.net/HP71/integral.htm Thanks. As I do not have a 71B, is there a port to the 67 or 41? Also, how does this algorithm differ from the Romberg Integration program found in the program from the Math/Utilities module for TI58/59? 

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Integration methods...an errorproof method?  Matt Agajanian  09022017, 09:42 PM
RE: Integration methods...an errorproof method?  Joe Horn  09022017, 10:21 PM
RE: Integration methods...an errorproof method?  Matt Agajanian  09022017 10:43 PM
RE: Integration methods...an errorproof method?  Joe Horn  09022017, 11:05 PM
RE: Integration methods...an errorproof method?  AlexFekken  09032017, 02:47 AM
RE: Integration methods...an errorproof method?  Paul Dale  09032017, 04:09 AM
RE: Integration methods...an errorproof method?  AlexFekken  09032017, 05:24 AM
RE: Integration methods...an errorproof method?  Paul Dale  09032017, 06:30 AM
RE: Integration methods...an errorproof method?  AlexFekken  09032017, 08:07 AM

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