Question

Calculate two iterations of Newton's Method to approximate a
zero of the function using the given initial guess. (Round your
answers to four decimal places.)

f(x) = cos x, x1 = 0.8

n

xn

f(xn)

f '(xn)

f(xn)

f '(xn)

xn −

f(xn)

f '(xn)

1

2

Answer #1

**Answers( Rounded) :**

**x2 = 1.7712, x3 = 1.5681**

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