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Hi,

I ve been searching through the forum to find an answer, but have been unsuccessful. My problem is with an integration of an equation.

i want to integrate a function say G(w) over w, from the bounds t to infinity.

and further i assume that G(W)= F(w1)xF(w2)xF(w3) where F(wi) s are known.

i ve been trying to learn and implement trapezoidal rule, but it was too complex. and i want to believe there should be an easier way.

any help worth really much for me.

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The only problem with the java implementation is that (besides being overdesigned) it wouldn't work in the OP situation: the bounds t to infinity.

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by the way, the F(wi) functions are the normal cumulative distributionss of mutually exclusive stochastic events.

any help?

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