Area under curve, C/C++ Programming

Write a program to find the area under the curve y = f(x) between x = a and x = b, integrate y = f(x) between the limits of a and b.
Posted Date: 8/31/2012 12:25:43 AM | Location : United States





#include
float start_point, /* GLOBAL VARIABLES */
end_point,
total_area;
int numtraps;
main( )
{
void input(void);
float find_area(float a,float b,int n); /* prototype */
print("AREA UNDER A CURVE");
input( );
total_area = find_area(start_point, end_point, numtraps);
printf("TOTAL AREA = %f", total_area);
}
void input(void)
{
printf("\n Enter lower limit:");
scanf("%f", &start_point);
printf("Enter upper limit:");
scanf("%f", &end_point);
printf("Enter number of trapezoids:");
scanf("%d", &numtraps);
}
float find_area(float a, float b, int n)
{
floatbase, lower, h1, h2; /* LOCAL VARIABLES */float function_x(float x); /* prototype */float trap_area(float h1,float h2,floatbase);/*prototype*/base = (b-1)/n;
lower = a;
for(lower =a; lower <= b-base; lower = lower + base)
{
h1 = function_x(lower);
h1 = function_x(lower + base);
total_area += trap_area(h1, h2, base);
}
return(total_area);
float trap_area(float height_1,float height_2,floatbase)
{
float area; /* LOCAL VARIABLE */
area = 0.5 * (height_1 + height_2) * base;
return(area);
}
float function_x(float x)
{
/* F(X) = X * X + 1 */return(x*x + 1);
}

Output
AREA UNDER A CURVE
Enter lower limit: 0
Enter upper limit: 3
Enter number of trapezoids: 30
TOTAL AREA = 12.005000
AREA UNDER A CURVE
Enter lower limit: 0
Enter upper limit: 3
Enter number of trapezoids: 100
TOTAL AREA = 12.000438

Solution in java ::

// hackerx sasi kamaraj college of engineering and technology 2910007 java Program


//The answer to be precise... although the type was a double, it rounds off the answer. Any help would be //appreciated...
//java code: 1. :: try this or the another one below this one
//Program code ::

public class Reimann
{
private static double integral(String s, double[] descriptors, double lb, double ub)
{

double area = 0; // Area of the rectangle
double sumOfArea = 0; // Sum of the area of the rectangles
double oldSumOfArea = 0;
double width = ub - lb;
boolean firstPass = true;

while ( (Math.abs((oldSumOfArea - sumOfArea) / sumOfArea) > .0001) || firstPass )
{

System.out.println((Math.abs((oldSumOfArea - sumOfArea) / sumOfArea) > .0001) || firstPass);
if (s.equals("poly"))
{
for (int i = 1; i <= ((ub - lb) / width); i++) // represents # of rectangles
{
for (int j = 0; j < descriptors.length; j++) // Goes through all the coefficients
{
area = width * descriptors[j] * Math.pow ( (double)( (i * width + lb + (i -1.0) * width + lb) / 2.0 ), j);
/*Above code computes area of each rectangle */

sumOfArea += area;

}
}
}
width = width / 2;
firstPass = false;
oldSumOfArea = sumOfArea;
}
return sumOfArea;
}

/*private static void runMyTests()
{
assert ( integral() <= 48.00001 ) && ( integral() >= 47.99999 );
}*/

public static void main (String [] args)
{

double lb = Double.parseDouble(args[args.length -2]);
double ub = Double.parseDouble(args[args.length -1]);

double[] coefficients = new double[args.length - 3];

if (args[0].equals("poly"))
{
for (int i = 1; i < args.length - 2; i++)
{
coefficients[i-1] = Double.parseDouble(args[i]);
}

System.out.println(integral("poly", coefficients, lb, ub));
}
}
}



Java Program 2 ::

public class Riemann
{
private static double integral(String s, double[] descriptors, double lb, double ub)
{

double area = 0; // Area of the rectangle
double sumOfArea = 0; // Sum of the area of the rectangles
double oldSumOfArea = 0;
double width = ub - lb;
boolean firstPass = true;

while ( (Math.abs((oldSumOfArea - sumOfArea) / sumOfArea) > .0001) || firstPass )
{

System.out.println((Math.abs((oldSumOfArea - sumOfArea) / sumOfArea) > .0001) || firstPass);
if (s.equals("poly")) // Statement for polynomial
{
for (int i = 1; i <= ((ub - lb) / width); i++) // represents # of rectangles
{
for (int j = 0; j < descriptors.length; j++) // Goes through all the coefficients
{
area = width * descriptors[j] * Math.pow ( (double)( (i * width + lb + (i -1.0) * width + lb) / 2.0 ), j);
/*Above code computes area of each rectangle */

sumOfArea += area;

}
}
}

else if (s.equals("sin")) // Statement for sin
{
for (int i = 1; i <= ((ub - lb) / width); i++) // represents # of rectangles
{
for (int j = 0; j < descriptors.length; j++) // Goes through all the coefficients
{
area = width * descriptors[j] * Math.sin(Math.toRadians(( (double)( (i * width + lb + (i -1.0) * width + lb) / 2.0 ))));
/*Above code computes area of each rectangle */

sumOfArea += area;

}
}
}

else if (s.equals("cos")) // Statement for cos
{
for (int i = 1; i <= ((ub - lb) / width); i++) // represents # of rectangles
{
for (int j = 0; j < descriptors.length; j++) // Goes through all the coefficients
{
area = width * descriptors[j] * Math.cos(Math.toRadians(( (double)( (i * width + lb + (i -1.0) * width + lb) / 2.0 ))));
/*Above code computes area of each rectangle */

sumOfArea += area;

}
}
}

width = width / 2;
firstPass = false;
oldSumOfArea = sumOfArea;
}

return sumOfArea;
}

/*private static void runMyTests()
{
assert ( integral() <= 48.00001 ) && ( integral() >= 47.99999 );
}*/

public static void main (String [] args)
{
double lb = Double.parseDouble(args[args.length -2]);
double ub = Double.parseDouble(args[args.length -1]);

double[] coefficients = new double[args.length - 3];

if (args[0].equals("poly"))
{
for (int i = 1; i < args.length - 2; i++)
{
coefficients[i-1] = Double.parseDouble(args[i]);
}

System.out.println(integral("poly", coefficients, lb, ub));
}

else if (args[0].equals("sin"))
{
for (int i = 1; i < args.length - 2; i++)
{
coefficients[i-1] = Double.parseDouble(args[i]);
}

System.out.println(integral("sin", coefficients, lb, ub));
}

else if (args[0].equals("cos"))
{
for (int i = 1; i < args.length - 2; i++)
{
coefficients[i-1] = Double.parseDouble(args[i]);
}

System.out.println(integral("cos", coefficients, lb, ub));
}
}
}



Question ::
Area Under Curve
Posted by diana | Posted Date: 9/4/2012 4:20:01 AM
#include
float start_point, /* GLOBAL VARIABLES */
end_point,
total_area;
int numtraps;
main( )
{
void input(void);
float find_area(float a,float b,int n); /* prototype */
print("AREA UNDER A CURVE");
input( );
total_area = find_area(start_point, end_point, numtraps);
printf("TOTAL AREA = %f", total_area);
}
void input(void)
{
printf("\n Enter lower limit:");
scanf("%f", &start_point);
printf("Enter upper limit:");
scanf("%f", &end_point);
printf("Enter number of trapezoids:");
scanf("%d", &numtraps);
}
float find_area(float a, float b, int n)
{
floatbase, lower, h1, h2; /* LOCAL VARIABLES */float function_x(float x); /* prototype */float trap_area(float h1,float h2,floatbase);/*prototype*/base = (b-1)/n;
lower = a;
for(lower =a; lower <= b-base; lower = lower + base)
{
h1 = function_x(lower);
h1 = function_x(lower + base);
total_area += trap_area(h1, h2, base);
}
return(total_area);
float trap_area(float height_1,float height_2,floatbase)
{
float area; /* LOCAL VARIABLE */
area = 0.5 * (height_1 + height_2) * base;
return(area);
}
float function_x(float x)
{
/* F(X) = X * X + 1 */return(x*x + 1);
}

Output
AREA UNDER A CURVE
Enter lower limit: 0
Enter upper limit: 3
Enter number of trapezoids: 30
TOTAL AREA = 12.005000
AREA UNDER A CURVE
Enter lower limit: 0
Enter upper limit: 3
Enter number of trapezoids: 100
TOTAL AREA = 12.000438

Solution in java ::

// hackerx sasi kamaraj college of engineering and technology 2910007 java Program


//The answer to be precise... although the type was a double, it rounds off the answer. Any help would be //appreciated...
//java code: 1. :: try this or the another one below this one
//Program code ::

public class Reimann
{
private static double integral(String s, double[] descriptors, double lb, double ub)
{

double area = 0; // Area of the rectangle
double sumOfArea = 0; // Sum of the area of the rectangles
double oldSumOfArea = 0;
double width = ub - lb;
boolean firstPass = true;

while ( (Math.abs((oldSumOfArea - sumOfArea) / sumOfArea) > .0001) || firstPass )
{

System.out.println((Math.abs((oldSumOfArea - sumOfArea) / sumOfArea) > .0001) || firstPass);
if (s.equals("poly"))
{
for (int i = 1; i <= ((ub - lb) / width); i++) // represents # of rectangles
{
for (int j = 0; j < descriptors.length; j++) // Goes through all the coefficients
{
area = width * descriptors[j] * Math.pow ( (double)( (i * width + lb + (i -1.0) * width + lb) / 2.0 ), j);
/*Above code computes area of each rectangle */

sumOfArea += area;

}
}
}
width = width / 2;
firstPass = false;
oldSumOfArea = sumOfArea;
}
return sumOfArea;
}

/*private static void runMyTests()
{
assert ( integral() <= 48.00001 ) && ( integral() >= 47.99999 );
}*/

public static void main (String [] args)
{

double lb = Double.parseDouble(args[args.length -2]);
double ub = Double.parseDouble(args[args.length -1]);

double[] coefficients = new double[args.length - 3];

if (args[0].equals("poly"))
{
for (int i = 1; i < args.length - 2; i++)
{
coefficients[i-1] = Double.parseDouble(args[i]);
}

System.out.println(integral("poly", coefficients, lb, ub));
}
}
}



Java Program 2 ::

public class Riemann
{
private static double integral(String s, double[] descriptors, double lb, double ub)
{

double area = 0; // Area of the rectangle
double sumOfArea = 0; // Sum of the area of the rectangles
double oldSumOfArea = 0;
double width = ub - lb;
boolean firstPass = true;

while ( (Math.abs((oldSumOfArea - sumOfArea) / sumOfArea) > .0001) || firstPass )
{

System.out.println((Math.abs((oldSumOfArea - sumOfArea) / sumOfArea) > .0001) || firstPass);
if (s.equals("poly")) // Statement for polynomial
{
for (int i = 1; i <= ((ub - lb) / width); i++) // represents # of rectangles
{
for (int j = 0; j < descriptors.length; j++) // Goes through all the coefficients
{
area = width * descriptors[j] * Math.pow ( (double)( (i * width + lb + (i -1.0) * width + lb) / 2.0 ), j);
/*Above code computes area of each rectangle */

sumOfArea += area;

}
}
}

else if (s.equals("sin")) // Statement for sin
{
for (int i = 1; i <= ((ub - lb) / width); i++) // represents # of rectangles
{
for (int j = 0; j < descriptors.length; j++) // Goes through all the coefficients
{
area = width * descriptors[j] * Math.sin(Math.toRadians(( (double)( (i * width + lb + (i -1.0) * width + lb) / 2.0 ))));
/*Above code computes area of each rectangle */

sumOfArea += area;

}
}
}

else if (s.equals("cos")) // Statement for cos
{
for (int i = 1; i <= ((ub - lb) / width); i++) // represents # of rectangles
{
for (int j = 0; j < descriptors.length; j++) // Goes through all the coefficients
{
area = width * descriptors[j] * Math.cos(Math.toRadians(( (double)( (i * width + lb + (i -1.0) * width + lb) / 2.0 ))));
/*Above code computes area of each rectangle */

sumOfArea += area;

}
}
}

width = width / 2;
firstPass = false;
oldSumOfArea = sumOfArea;
}

return sumOfArea;
}

/*private static void runMyTests()
{
assert ( integral() <= 48.00001 ) && ( integral() >= 47.99999 );
}*/

public static void main (String [] args)
{
double lb = Double.parseDouble(args[args.length -2]);
double ub = Double.parseDouble(args[args.length -1]);

double[] coefficients = new double[args.length - 3];

if (args[0].equals("poly"))
{
for (int i = 1; i < args.length - 2; i++)
{
coefficients[i-1] = Double.parseDouble(args[i]);
}

System.out.println(integral("poly", coefficients, lb, ub));
}

else if (args[0].equals("sin"))
{
for (int i = 1; i < args.length - 2; i++)
{
coefficients[i-1] = Double.parseDouble(args[i]);
}

System.out.println(integral("sin", coefficients, lb, ub));
}

else if (args[0].equals("cos"))
{
for (int i = 1; i < args.length - 2; i++)
{
coefficients[i-1] = Double.parseDouble(args[i]);
}

System.out.println(integral("cos", coefficients, lb, ub));
}
}
}



Question ::
Area Under Curve
Posted by diana | Posted Date: 9/4/2012 4:20:21 AM


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