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=(B6+B5)/2*(A6-A5)

Trapezoid Rule
Divide curve into series of trapezoids, each with
area =(average height)(width)
Sum the areas of the strips.

=SUM(C5:C10)

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=(B19+B18)/2
=SUM(C18:C23)*(A19-A18)

For more information, see


A Guide to Microsoft Excel 2002 for Scientists and Engineers
by Bernard Liengme.
Published by Butterworth-Heinemann, 2002

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Simpson's 1/3 Rule
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Simpson's 1/3 Rule


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For more information, see


A Guide to Microsoft Excel 2002 for Scientists and Engineers 3e,
by Bernard Liengme.
Published by Butterworth-Heinemann, 2002

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Area under a curve


Trapezoid vs. Integration of Regression Equation

Power
Linest

C Trapezoid
0.0391
2.226
0.406
2.930
0.766
4.883
1.187
15.700
1.953
23.120
2.671
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3.250
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3.687
38.590
4.031
41.795
4.328
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4.578
area =
238.06

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2.949E-11 -1.268E-08

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3.0
2.5
2.0
1.5
1.0
0.5
0.0

In C17
=SUM(C6:C15)

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0.000
-0.002
421.218 -2114.071

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2.262E-06 -2.091E-04 9.835E-03 -1.413E-01 6.549E-01
In I25 =SUM(B25:H25)
In I26 =SUM(B26:H26)
In I27 =I26-I25

In B25 =(B$20/(B$19+1)*$A25^(B$19+1)) copied to B25:H26

T value
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Area =
base average
height

In B20:H20 =LINEST(B6:B16,A6:A16^{1,2,3,4,5,6})

Integration

y = 2.949E-11x 6 - 1.268E-08x 5 + 2.262E-06x 4 - 2.091E-04x 3


+ 9.835E-03x 2 - 1.413E-01x + 6.549E-01
R2 = 1.000E+00

4.0
In C6
=0.5*(A7-A6)*(B7+B6)
copied to C15

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4.5

data
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0.045
-0.523
3.278
4523.016 -5227.155 3278.297

-7.065
-706.521

6.549
2.28 sum
65.493 240.28 sum
area = 237.99 I = diff

T2

I=

(aT

+ bT 5 + cT 4 + dT 3 + eT 2 + fT + g )dT

T1
T2

aT 7 bT 6 cT 5 dT 4 eT 3 fT 2

I =
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T 1

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Of course, this method


works only when you can
find a good trendline fit

8/30/2012