Unformatted text preview: SECTION 4.9 NEWTON'S METHOD 383 2 2 15.sinm=$.sof(m)=sinx—m => f’(m):cosac—2w 2  2
smm — :c . . .
mn+1 : acn — ———"—". From the figure. the p0s1tive root of
cos mn — 2:13,. sin a: : $2 is near 1. $1 : 1 => $2 % 0.891396. :33 e 0.876985.
334 z 0.876726 z :35. So the positive root is 0.876726. to six decimal places. 16.2cosatt:x4.sof($)=2cosm—at:4 => f/(w)=—2sincc—4w3 4
2cosxn i 9:" .—3. From the ﬁgure. the positive root
—2 Sin 3:" — 4:0,. : mn+1 : $11. 7 4 . of2cosar: : m is near 1. 3:1 :1 => mg % 1.014184. mg % 1.013958 2 m4. So the positive root is 1.013958. to six decimal places. 17. From the graph, we see that there appear to be points of intersection near as : 70.7 and m : 1.2. Solving $4 = 1 + m is the same as solving f(a:)=m4imi1:0.f(:c)=a:4—ac—1 :5 f’(x)=4m3—1. mﬁ—mn—l —2 SO $n+1 : £13" — 4$§171
331 = —0.7 :31 :12
:62 % 70.725253 $2 % 1.221380
m3 R3 —0.724493 $3 R 1.220745 374 m ~0.724492 % :35 1:4 2 1.220744 % 035 To six decimal places. the roots of the equation are ~0.724492 and 1.220744. 18. 3 From the graph. there appears to be a point of intersection near ac : 0.6.
Solving em : 3 — 230 is the same as solving f(a:) 2 ex + 2x — 3 : 0.
f(ac) :ez+2x—3 => f’(m) :em+2.so ex" + 23: — 3
mn+1 = 30” ~ ﬁ. Now 121 : 0.6 :> 362 % 0.594213.
‘ x3 x 0.594205 :3 2:4. So to six decimal places. the root of the equation
_1 2 is 0.594205.
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19. From the graph. there appears to be a point of intersection near a: = 0.5. 3"; Solving tan’1 :3 = l i an is the same as solving
f(.r) =tan_lm+$— 1 :0. f(;c) :tan71x+$—1 =>
, 1 tan—1xn+$n — 1
Z 1‘ : n , ——.
':“3 f($) 1+9:2+ 8037"“ “PC 1/(1+a:%)+1
m1 : 0.5 => 9:2 % 0.520196. 303 % 0.520269 % 3:4. So to six decimal places. the root of the equation is 0.520269. ...
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