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### Gauss quadrature with weights [closed]

How can you determine the Gauss quadrature with the weight $w(t) = -\ln(t)$, $[a,b] = [0,1]$, $n = 1$, $n = 2$ for the function $f : [0,1]\to \mathbb{R}$, $f(x) = \frac{\sqrt(x)}{\ln(x)}$, and the ...

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### Computing Gauss Legendre Quadrature for Large N

I've been scanning across the web, and haven't found a good method to compute the Gauss Legendre abscisas and weights $\{ x_j, w^j \} _j$ for large N. My question is how to do it, and why should it ...

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### 2d quadrature weights for an arbitrary set of nodes

I need to estimate the value of a 2d integral
$\int_{y_{min}}^{y_{max}}dy \int_{x_{min}}^{x_{max}} dx \, f(x,y) P(x,y)$
I have the an explicit analytical form for $P(x,y)$.
I have samples of the ...

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### Area Under Generalized Parabolas and Hyperbolas without Calculus.

This is shorter and more specific version of certain questions about a rather simple quadrature method. The answers I got were great but not what I asked. The terms in the title for $y=x^p$ look ...

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### Integrating Powers without much Calculus

I'll jump into the question and then back off into qualifications and context
Using the definition of a definite integral as the limit of Riemann sums, what is the best way (or the very good ways) ...

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### Approximation of an integral of a concave function

I suspect this is a homework question somewhere, but I've not seen it elsewhere and it seems like it should be easy: let $f(x)$ be a concave function from $[0,1]$ to the reals such that $f(0) = f(1) ...

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### gaussian quadrature

Gaussian quadrature allows us to integrate polynomials up to order $2 n-1$ using only $n$ function values.
$\int_{x_0}^{x_1} ( \sum_{i=0}^{2 n-1} a_i x^i ) dx = f(a_0, \dots , a_{2 n-1}) $
thus, the ...