Starting with initial point x = 4, use five steps of Newton's method to approximate a solution to x^2 10 = 0. Show your work to explain your
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Starting with initial point x = 4, use five steps of Newton's method

to approximate a solution to x^2 − 10 = 0. Show your work to explain your reasoning. Make sure to include the following in your answer.
• The formula for the Newton iteration for this function,
• a statement of how you obtained each step (did you use your calculator? Geogebra? how?)
• a table of values obtained from each step of Newton's method, and
• final approximation.

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