Calc B WS #10

Calc B WS#10 - using a first estimate of Approximate the root to five decimal places 1 2 The function has a root in the interval Approximate it to

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Calculus B Workshop Activity #10 April 16, 2008 Names:_______________________________________________________________________ Each of the questions in this workshop pertains to Newton’s Method. You may use your calculator to evaluate each step of the process. And you may also use it to check your final answer. But in order to get full credit, you will need to show all steps . 1) Find the approximation to the root of
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Unformatted text preview: using a first estimate of . Approximate the root to five decimal places. 1 2) The function has a root in the interval . Approximate it to five decimal places. 3) The function has only one positive root. Approximate it to five decimal places. 4) The function has a root close to and another close to . Approximate both to five decimal places. 1.5 3...
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This note was uploaded on 01/10/2012 for the course MATH 1016-272 taught by Professor Prevendoski during the Spring '07 term at RIT.

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Calc B WS#10 - using a first estimate of Approximate the root to five decimal places 1 2 The function has a root in the interval Approximate it to

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