# 4. Consider the quadrature rule +s0) 2 (F'0) +35() + 3fj f (x)dx Determine the degree... 4. Consider the quadrature rule +s0) 2 (F'0) +35() + 3fj f (x)dx Determine the degree of precision of this rule, that is, find the highest degree of polynomial for which the above rule is exact. (10 marks) OC  ##### Add Answer of: 4. Consider the quadrature rule +s0) 2 (F'0) +35() + 3fj f (x)dx Determine the degree...
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