Definition of Newton–Cotes in US English:

Newton–Cotes

noun

Mathematics
  • Attributive Designating or relating to (any of) a class of formulae based on Newton's method which are used to find approximate integrals for functions over a finite range (e.g. Simpson's rule, the three-eighths rule); especially in "Newton–Cotes formula".

Origin

1920s; earliest use found in American Mathematical Monthly. From the names of Sir Isaac Newton and Roger Cotes, English mathematician: see quot. 1981.

Pronunciation

Newton–Cotes

/ˌnjuːtnˈkəʊts/