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ws11_Oct2 - MATH 1501 In—Class Worksheet#11 October 2...

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Unformatted text preview: MATH 1501 ' In—Class Worksheet #11 October 2, 2007 1. Print your full name, @713 E. W 2. Sign your name. 3. Circle your TA’s name. T1 & PTP . Huy Huynh T2 Sarah Kuhns 7T3. Ramazan Tinaztepe T4 Brian Hales 4. In general, the Newton’s method is very good at approximating zeros of a function. However there are a couple of situations when the method seems to fail. Describe one of these situations. Is there a way to get around this problem? gen Ma 0&st cm W .930 mi if; 359 #432‘2/4'LQ'3/ M4./Q.4s ...
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