1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Use the composite trapezoidal sum rule to evaluate I = integral from 0 to 1 of: (exp(x)-1)/x At x = 0 the integrand evaluates to 1. Select the step size h in order to guarantee an approximation error less than 10e-5. Carry out your calculation with at least 10 decimal significant figures. Note: the exact answer rounds to 1:31790215145440389486: 2. Relevant equations I know that i need to find the max of f''(x), but it goes to infinity as x goes to zero. How do i find this max value? 3. The attempt at a solution Using the Trapezoidal Sum rule with n=1, the error using the Newton Cotes Method is: (10e-5)=(1/12)*f''(x)*h^2 So h = sqrt((12*10e-5)/f''(x)) f''(x) = ((x^2 -2x+2)*exp(x)-1)/(x^3) I tried L'Hopitals rule, but that gave me 1/3 as x goes to zero, which is incorrect.