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Yeah!
http://www.math.ysu.edu/~faires/Numerical-Analysis/Programs/programs/mathematica/
sorry my comp keeps crashing i have no clue y

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ok so i need help with ALG023.MA
ok so i opened that and then evaluated the notebook
Yes, sure. They all load for me.
but when i type in the function then it just goes haywire
Wait a sec
Works for me well
You must type it, then Shift+Enter.
ill give u the function \( \frac{1} {2} + \frac{x^2} {4} -xSin[x]-\frac{1} {2} Cos[2x] \)
ok so this is the function and my initial approximation is 1.570796327
Tolerance is 10^-5
and number of iterations is lets say 45
Screen or text file?
screen
and then u want 2
All approximation, right?
yup
Yeah, it does go haywire. I have a reason for it by the way.
That's a whole lot number of iterations!
suppossed to be only 24 iterrations
OK... let's see now
I guess that it was too big for the screen, so I saved it in a text file.
ohhh maybe
Oh, what the hell? That's a big 18 MB. lol
You can try to get the output in a text file... maybe.
maybe we r entering it incorrectly
Yeah, maybe. =\
Who else knows mathematica?
I think that the output is too big for the screen, and therefore it crashes.
ohh maybe
Or you sure that's the number of iterations?
maybe we shld do the tolerance level to 10^-3
Oh, this time, let's try to get just the answer, not the linear approximations.
ok good idea
No answer received. Just says "Newton's Method".
ugghhh that is stupid :((

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