Question Solved1 Answer Use the Composite Midpoint rule with n +2 subintervals to approximate the integrals in Exercise 2. 0.5 b. x In(x + 1) dx, n = 6 -0.5

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Transcribed Image Text: Use the Composite Midpoint rule with n +2 subintervals to approximate the integrals in Exercise 2. 0.5 b. x In(x + 1) dx, n = 6 -0.5
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int_(-0.5)^(0.5)x ln(x+1)dx,n=-6We have to take n+2=6+2=8 subintervals.Here, quad h=8{:[f(x)=x ln(x+1)],[a=-0.5","quad b=0.5],[:.quad h=(b-a)/(n)=(0.5-(-0.5))/(8)=(1)/(8)=0.125]:}Now, ... See the full answer