For any given curve,we can find out the area bounded by the curve.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Using 'Simpson's 1/3 rule' I found out the area of the curve.

Now how to divide the area in to 'n' equal parts, so that

total Area=sum of n areas.

Thanks.

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# Dividing curve area in to equal parts?

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