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    Need help with question

    hi need help to get solution

    Find the root of the function:

    F(x)= 2^-x + e^(x/2) + 2*Cos(x)-3 interval [1,2]

    Using following methods:

    a) Bisection method
    b) False position method

    Perform 3 complete iteration and Et( true percent relative error) for each method
    Et=( (true error)/(true value) )*100
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    Read this post

    http://www.mathhelpforum.com/math-he...on-method.html
    Use your initial interval to be [1,2]
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    Thnx but it would be gr8 if i got the solution cuz i don't really get this method yet
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eng View Post
    Thnx but it would be gr8 if i got the solution cuz i don't really get this method yet

    I won't be giving you the solution, but I will help you.

    First thing:

    Find F(1) , F(1.5) and F(2)

    Post your answers...
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