|Mar19-08, 07:07 AM||#18|
Newton-Raphson in Visual Basic 6
µ, is the smallest root of the sixth degree polynomial f(µ).
The general shape of the graph of this equation shows that the real roots will be
distributed as follows:
1 root < a1 < 2 (possible) roots < a2 < 2 (possible) roots < a3 < 1 root.
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