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Thread: Method based on the mid-point rule

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    Method based on the mid-point rule

    Dear,
    the following is an example of Rung Kutta Method

    y*n = yn-1+ h*f(xn-1 , yn-1) ,


    yn = yn-1 + (h/2)(f(xn,y*n)+f(xn-1,yn-1))

    hwo can we find amethod similar to the previous statements except that it is based on the mid-point rule, rather than the trapezoidal rule.

    Regards

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    Tell us how you know this one is based on the trapezoid rule.

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