Composite Mid-point method for numeric integration

Some numerical calculations and analysis exercises of Numeric Integration.
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COMPOSITE midpoint rule method. Some numerical calculations and analysis exercises of Numeric Integration for comparison analysis. f function is given in terms of a symbolic variable x and expressed as an inline function. E.g., f=inline('x^2+2*x-2'). Also, if the function f is trigonometric function, the 4th argument can be entered as 'trigonom' or just 'trig' or 1. X is expected to be in degrees for trigonometric function evaluations. The number of steps NSTEPS has to be even. upl and lowl are upper and lower limits. NB: Sequence order of limits is unnecessary to follow, 'if' conditions will take care of lower and upper limits accordingly.

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Sulaymon Eshkabilov (2024). Composite Mid-point method for numeric integration (https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/33360-composite-mid-point-method-for-numeric-integration), MATLAB Central File Exchange. Abgerufen .

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