Integration of Function f(z)

using

Midpoint Rule, and Simpson's Rule.

Use this application to integrate a function f (z) using left endpoint approximation, right endpoint approximation, the Trapezoid Rule, Midpoint Rule, and Simpson's Rule.
Be sure to use the correct format for entering in math functions.

f (z) =
Lower bound for integral (a): Upper bound for integral (b):
Number of integration steps (n):

Result using left endpoint approximation (Ln):
Result using right endpoint approximation (Rn):
Result using Trapezoid Rule (Tn):
Result using Midpoint Rule (Mn):
Result using Simpson's Rule (Sn):

A few examples:
f (z) =
f (z) =
f (z) =
f (z) =

Correct Function Definitions:
Operators: ( ) * / + -
Constants: pi (3.141592...), e (2.718281)
Built in Functions:
abs, sqrt, power(z,y) (zy),
exp, ln, log10, log2
sin, cos, tan, csc, sec, cot
arcsin, arccos, arctan, arccsc, arcsec, arccot
sinh, cosh, tanh, csch, sech, coth
arcsinh, arccosh, arctanh, arccsch, arcsech, arccoth
Note:  These functions are case sensitive so enter them exactly as you see them.
Note:  Arguments for trigonometric functions must be in radians.