# Assignment 8

For this assignment you will write some Matlab functions.

- The first is a function that evaluates your name function, as described in assignments 6 and 7, at any point $x$ in the interval [-1,7]. That function will take exactly one argument and has one output value.
- The second is a Matlab function that evaluates a
midpoint rule
approximation to the integral
of any function you specify, over an interval you specify.
This takes four arguments: a handle for the function
to be integrated, the left endpoint, the right endpoint, and
the number of subintervals to be used. In other words,
to integrate a function you called
`name`, over the interval [0,3], you might type the Matlab command:`myMidpointRule(name,0,3,100)`.

**No 'while' loops are permitted on this assignment!**You may use all the 'for' loops you want.

The instructor will evaluate your work partially by running your integration function on your name function. Make sure that works and gives the correct answer.

The assignment is turned in when the two .m files containing the function are received as attachments to an email message in the instructor's inbox. The assignment is worth 40 points, and is due at 9AM on Tuesday, 30 October.

Assignment C is posted.

The test solution is available.