# How do you calculate the area under a curve using simpson's rule (Golden gate bridge)

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*timer*Asked: Dec 13th, 2017

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**Question description**

**How to find the area under
the curve of the Golden Gate Bridge using the Simpsons Rule?**

Span: C to E = 1280 m

Height: C to D = 163m

## Tutor Answer

Hey buddy. Find the answer to your question in the attached file. Please let me know if you need further clarifications.

AREA UNDER GOLDEN GATE BRIDGE: SIMPSON’S RULE

Area Under Golden Gate Bridge: Simpson’s Rule

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Date

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AREA UNDER GOLDEN GATE BRIDGE: SIMPSON’S RULE

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The Simpson’s Rule tend to weigh both the midpoint rule and the trapezoidal rule according to

the relative errors associated with them. Thus, reducing the overall off set of the area under a

curve.

It is defined as:

b

f xdx

a

2M T

3

1

Where M is the area under the curve obtained using the midpoint rule and T is the area under the

curve obtained using the trapezoidal rule.

Substituting the formula for Midpoint rule and Trapezoidal rule into equation 1 above we obtain

the area under the curve...

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