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J. PeÄariÄ, M. RibiÄiÄ Penava, "Sharp Integral Inequalities Based on a General Four-Point Quadrature Formula via a Generalization of the Montgomery Identity", International Journal of Mathematics and Mathematical Sciences, vol. 2012, Article ID 343191, 12 pages, 2012. https://doi.org/10.1155/2012/343191

# Sharp Integral Inequalities Based on a General Four-Point Quadrature Formula via a Generalization of the Montgomery Identity

Academic Editor: Marianna Shubov
Received28 Mar 2012
Accepted10 Jul 2012
Published13 Aug 2012

#### Abstract

We consider families of general four-point quadrature formulae using a generalization of the Montgomery identity via Taylorās formula. The results are applied to obtain some sharp inequalities for functions whose derivatives belong to spaces. Generalizations of Simpsonās 3/8 formula and the Lobatto four-point formula with related inequalities are considered as special cases.

#### 1. Introduction

The most elementary quadrature rules in four nodes are Simpsonās rule based on the following four point formula where , and Lobatto rule based on the following four point formula where . Formula (1.1) is valid for any function with a continuous fourth derivative on and formula (1.2) is valid for any function with a continuous sixth derivative on .

Let be differentiable on and integrable on .

Then the Montgomery identity holds (see [1]) where the Peano kernel is

In [2], PeÄariÄ proved the following weighted Montgomery identity where is some probability density function, that is, integrable function, satisfying , and for , for and for and is the weighted Peano kernel defined by Now, let us suppose that is an open interval in , , is such that is absolutely continuous for some , is a probability density function. Then the following generalization of the weighted Montgomery identity via Taylorās formula states (given by AgliÄ AljinoviÄ and PeÄariÄ in [3]) where and If we take , , equality (1.7) reduces to where and For , (1.9) reduces to the Montgomery identity (1.3).

In this paper, we generalize the results from [4]. Namely, we use identities (1.7) and (1.9) to establish for each number a general four-point quadrature formula of the type where is the remainder and is a real function. The obtained formula is used to prove a number of inequalities which give error estimates for the general four-point formula for functions whose derivatives are from -spaces. These inequalities are generally sharp. As special cases of the general non-weighted four-point quadrature formula, we obtain generalizations of the well-known Simpsonās 3/8 formula and Lobatto four-point formula with related inequalities.

#### 2. General Weighted Four-Point Formula

Let be such that exists on for some . We introduce the following notation for each :

In the next theorem we establish the general weighted four-point formula.

Theorem 2.1. Let be an open interval in , , and let be some probability density function. Let be such that is absolutely continuous for some . Then for each the following identity holds

Proof. We put and in (1.7) to obtain four new formulae. After multiplying these four formulae by , respectively, and adding, we get (2.2).

Remark 2.2. Identity (2.2) holds true in the case . It can also be obtained by taking and in (1.5), multiplying these four formulae by , respectively, and adding. In this special case we have where

Theorem 2.3. Suppose that all assumptions of Theorem 2.1 hold. Additionally, assume that is a pair of conjugate exponents, that is, , , let for some . Then for each we have Inequality (2.5) is sharp for .

Proof. By applying the HĆ¶lder inequality we have By using the above inequality from (2.2) we obtain estimate (2.5). Let us denote . For the proof of sharpness, we will find a function such that For , take to be such that where for we put

Remark 2.4. Inequality (2.5) for was proved by AgliÄ AljinoviÄ et al. in [4].

#### 3. Non-Weighted Four-Point Formula and Applications

Here we define

Theorem 3.1. Let be an open interval in , , and let be such that is absolutely continuous for some . Then for each the following identity holds

Proof. We take , in (2.2).

Theorem 3.2. Suppose that all assumptions of Theorem 3.1 hold. Additionally, assume that is a pair of conjugate exponents, that is, , and for some . Then for each we have Inequality (3.4) is sharp for .

Proof. We take , in (2.5).

Now, we set This special choice of the function enables us to consider generalizations of the well-known Simpsonās formula (1.1) and Lobatto formula (1.2)

##### 3.1.

Suppose that all assumptions of Theorem 3.1 hold. Then the following generalization of Simpsonās formula reads where

In the next corollaries we will use the beta function and the incomplete beta function of Euler type defined by

Corollary 3.3. Suppose that all assumptions of Theorem 3.1 hold. Additionally, assume that is a pair of conjugate exponents and . (a)If , then (b) If , then (c) If , then where , , and , for .
The first and the second inequality are sharp.

Proof. We apply (3.4) with and for and To obtain the second inequality we take If , we have
By an elementary calculation we get for . The function , , is decreasing on and increasing on if is even, and decreasing on if is odd. Thus Finally, and for

##### 3.2. ,āā

Suppose that all assumptions of Theorem 3.1 hold. Then the following generalization of Lobatto formula reads where

Corollary 3.4. Suppose that all assumptions of Theorem 3.1 hold. Additionally, assume that is a pair of conjugate exponents and . (a) if , then (b) if , then (c) if , then where , , , , , , for .
The first and the second inequality are sharp.

Proof. Applying (3.4) with , and and carrying out the same analysis as in Corollay 3.3 we obtain the above inequalities.

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