Question

Use Newton's method to find all the roots of the equation correct to eight decimal places. Start by drawing a graph to find initial approximations.

3 sin(*x*^{2}) = 2*x*

Answer #1

A graphing calculator is recommended. Use Newton's method to
find all solutions of the equation correct to eight decimal places.
Start by drawing a graph to find initial approximations. (Enter
your answers as a comma-separated list.) -2x^7-4x^4+9x^3+2=0

A graphing calculator is recommended.
Use Newton's method to find all solutions of the equation correct
to eight decimal places. Start by drawing a graph to find initial
approximations. (Enter your answers as a comma-separated list.)
−2x7 − 5x4 + 9x3 + 2 = 0

A graphing calculator is recommended.
Use Newton's method to find all solutions of the equation
correct to eight decimal places. Start by drawing a graph to find
initial approximations. (Enter your answers as a comma-separated
list.)
−3x7 − 5x4 + 9x3 + 7 = 0
x =

Use Newton's method to find all solutions of the equation
correct to six decimal places. (Enter your answers as a
comma-separated list.)
x + 4
= x2 − x

use
newtons method to find all roots of the equation correct to six
decimal places. Enter your answer as a comma separated list.
7cos x = 7 sqrt x

8. (a) Use Newton's method to find all solutions of the equation
correct to six decimal places. (Enter your answers as a
comma-separated list.) sqrt(x + 4) = x^2 − x 2.
(b) Use Newton's method to find the critical numbers of the
function: f(x) = x^6 − x^4 + 4x^3 − 3x, correct to six decimal
places. (Enter your answers as a comma-separated list.) x =

Use
Newton's method to approximate the root of the equation to four
decimal places. Start with x 0 =-1 , and show all work
f(x) = x ^ 5 + 10x + 3
Sketch a picture to illustrate one situation where Newton's
method would fail . Assume the function is non-constant
differentiable , and defined for all real numbers

Each equation has one root. Use Newton’s Method to approximate
the root to eight correct
decimal places. (a) x3 = 2x + 2 (b) ex + x = 7 (c) ex + sin x =
4
**MUST BE DONE IN MATLAB AND NEED CODE

Use Newton's method to find an approximate answer to the
question. Round to six decimal places. 2) Where is the first local
maximum of f(x) =3x sin x on the interval (0, Q)
located?

Each equation has one real root. Use Newton’s Method to
approximate the root to eight correct decimal places. (a) x5 + x =
1 (b) sin x = 6x + 5 (c) ln x + x2 = 3
**MUST BE DONE IN MATLABE AND SHOW CODE

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