
#1
Oct907, 03:05 PM

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#3
Oct907, 10:00 PM

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Use the Newtonraphson method or you can use your own iterative method...but doing it the latter way may fail to converge to a root
NR form: [tex]\alpha_{n+1}=\alpha_n \frac{f(\alpha_n)}{f'(\alpha_n)}[/tex] 



#4
Oct1007, 06:22 AM

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Math Help, solution step by step
Buit the crucial point is YOUR method. Whatever method you use, YOU are supposed to do it. Have you tried using NewtonRaphson?
This is, I think, now the fourth problem you have posted with no sign of attempting it yourself. 


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