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The formula $\int\limits_{x0}^{xa} y(n) dx \simeq h/2 (y_0 + 2y_1 + \dots +2y_{n-1} + y_n) - h/12 (\triangledown y_n - \triangle y_0)$

$- h/24 (\triangledown ^2 y_n + \triangle ^2 y_0) -19h/720 (\triangledown ^3 y_n - \triangle ^3 y_0) \dots $ is called

  1. Simpson rule
  2. Trapezoidal rule
  3. Romberg's rule
  4. Gregory's formula
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Given formula belongs to Trapezoidal rule.

So option B is correct.

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