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r_n+1= r_n/1+sqrt(2-r_n)

is stable. I have tried using error analysis but am struggling to get the algorithm in a form that can be easily dealt with. Thanks in advance

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whattttt

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r_n+1= r_n/1+sqrt(2-r_n)

is stable. I have tried using error analysis but am struggling to get the algorithm in a form that can be easily dealt with. Thanks in advance

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What have you tried?

r_n+1= r_n/1+sqrt(2-r_n)

is stable. I have tried using error analysis but am struggling to get the algorithm in a form that can be easily dealt with. Thanks in advance

What is r

I'm guessing that this is your recursion equation:

[tex]r_{n + 1} = \frac{r_n}{1 + \sqrt{2 - r_n}}[/tex]

If that is correct, your equation needs more parentheses, like this:

r_n+1= r_n/(1+sqrt(2-r_n))

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