Finds INTEGRAL of f(x) by Trapezoidal and Simpson method Simultaneously Code: TRAPEZOIDAL RULE :- Integral of F(x) in between the limits a and b is given by =(h/2)*(y[0]+2(y[1]+y[2]+y[3]+..y[n-1])+y[n]) where y[i]=F(x[i]), x[i]=x[i-1]+h, h=(b-a)/n. Code: SIMPSON RULE :- Integral of F(x) in between the limits a and b is given by =(h/3)*(y[0]+4(y[1]+y[3]+y[5]+..y[n-1])+2*(y[2]+y[4]+y[6]+..y[n-2])+y[n]) where y[i],x[i],h as defined above but n needed to be even The CODE Code: #include <stdio.h> #include <conio.h> #define N 20 #define n 10 #define F(x) (1/(1+x)) float trap(float,float); float simp(float,float); void main() { float a,b,t,s; printf("\nEnter the values of a and b\n"); scanf("%f%f",&a,&b); t=trap(a,b); s=simp(a,b); printf("\nTrapezoidal answer = %g\n",t); printf("\nSimpson answer = %g\n",s); printf("\nPress any key to exit\n"); getch(); } float trap(float a,float b) { float h,x[N],y[N],ans; int i; h=(b-a)/n; y[0]=F(a); ans=y[0]; x[0]=a; for(i=1;i<n;i++) { x[i]=x[i-1]+h; y[i]=F(x[i]); ans=ans+2*y[i]; } y[n]=F(b); ans=ans+y[n]; ans=ans*h/2; return(ans); } float simp(float a,float b) { float h,x[N],y[N],ans; int i; h=(b-a)/n; y[0]=F(a); ans=y[0]; x[0]=a; for(i=1;i<n;i+=2) { x[i]=x[i-1]+h; y[i]=F(x[i]); ans=ans+4*y[i]; } for(i=2;i<n;i+=2) { x[i]=x[i-1]+h; y[i]=F(x[i]); ans=ans+2*y[i]; } y[n]=F(b); ans=ans+y[n]; ans=ans*h/3; return(ans); }

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