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anonymous

  • 5 years ago

use newton's method to approximate the zeros for the equation f(x)=x^(3)+x-1.. i still don't get the hang of this method can someone please help

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  1. anonymous
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    Sorry -- I tried to help you twice, and twice this &&&&& website quit back to the home page and deleted everything I had typed. I can't do this again.

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    it's ok thank you anyway :)

  3. anonymous
    • 5 years ago
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    Trying again. There's a formula. You must memorize it: x-su\[x _{n+1}=x_n - f(x_n)/f \prime(x _{n})\]

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