 # Trapezium Rule

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What is the Trapezium Rule?
The Trapezium Rule is a method used to find an approximation to an integral between two limits.
Graphically, the Trapezium Rule helps us to find the approximate area under the curve defined by the function.

The following diagram shows the Trapezium Rule to find an approximation to an integral between two limits. Scroll down the page for more examples and solutions on how to use the Trapezium Rule. The Trapezium Rule in 5 minutes

How to use the Trapezium Rule?
A short tutorial giving one example on using the trapezium rule to find an approximation to an integral.
A-Level Edexcel C4 January 2010 Q2(a-b)
Worked solution to this question on the integration by parts and the trapezium rule A-Level Edexcel C4 January 2010 Q2c (i)
Worked solution to this question on the integration by parts and the trapezium rule. A-Level Edexcel C4 January 2010 Q2c(ii)
Worked solution to this question on the integration by parts and the trapezium rule.

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