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is a delphi program showing how my method of approxim outperforms/beats the Newton's one while looking for sqrt(2)

try the case A+B=2*sqrt(2) and see the magic!!!

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- Thread starter dr-dock
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is a delphi program showing how my method of approxim outperforms/beats the Newton's one while looking for sqrt(2)

try the case A+B=2*sqrt(2) and see the magic!!!

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chroot

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I advise that you consult "Numerical Recipes in C." I also advise that you learn a better programming language than Delphi.

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quite right.Originally posted by chroot

I advise that you consult "Numerical Recipes in C." I also advise that you learn a better programming language than Delphi.

- Warren

but the special thing is that this one is my original invention and it finds the root in just one step almost analytically under special conditions.

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But for the sake of approximation, I'll use the Newton-Raphson method.

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