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GATE2020CE139
If $C$ represents a line segment between $(0,0,0)$ and $(1,1,1)$ in Cartesian coordinate system, the value (expressed as integer) of the line integral $\int_C [(y+z)dx+(x+z)dy+(x+y)dz] $ is ______
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GATE2020 CE23
The integral $\int\limits_{0}^{1} (5x^3 + 4x^2 + 3x + 2) dx$ is estimated numerically using three alternative methods namely the rectangular,trapezoidal and Simpson's rules with a common step size. In this context, which one of the following ... NONzero error. Only the rectangular rule of estimation will give zero error. Only Simpson's rule of estimation will give zero error.
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GATE2017 CE1: 3
Let $x$ be a continuous variable defined over the interval $( \infty, \infty)$, and $f(x) = e^{xe^{x}}$. The integral $g(x)= \int f(x) \: dx$ is equal to $e^{e^{x}}$ $e^{e^{x}}$ $e^{e^{x}}$ $e^{x}$
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GATE201523
Given, $i=\sqrt{1}$, the value of the definite integral, $I= \int_0^{\pi/2} \dfrac{\cos x+ i \sin x}{\cos x – i \sin x} dx$ is: $1$ $1$ $i$ $i$
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GATE2015229
For stepsize, $\Delta x =0.4$, the value of following integral using Simpson’s $1/3$ rule is _______. $\int_0^{0.8} (0.2 + 25 x – 200 x^2 + 675 x^3 – 900 x^4 +400 x^5) dx$
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GATE201512
The integral $\int_{x_{1}}^{x_{2}}x^{2}\:dx$ with $x_{2}>x_{1}>0$ is evaluated analytically as well as numerically using a single application of the trapezoidal rule. If $I$ is the exact value of the integral obtained analytically and ... , which of the following statement is correct about their relationship? $J>I$ $J<I$ $J=I$ Insufficient data to determine the relationship
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GATE2018 CE1: 26
The value of the integral $\int_0^{\pi} x \cos^2 x \: dx$ is $\pi^2/8$ $\pi^2/4$ $\pi^2/2$ $\pi^2$
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