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    Numerical Methods Problem

    Instructions:
    An algorithm by fixed point iteration of the given problem using any programming language (Excel may do). Included in your answer is the graph of the given problem based on your equation.

    Problem:
    An equation: of an n (where n is the number of sides) sided polygon that centers at any point that will intersect at two points to a parabola that opens to the left. Identify the root/s then plot the graph.
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    Quote Originally Posted by iQuestion View Post
    Instructions:
    An algorithm by fixed point iteration of the given problem using any programming language (Excel may do). Included in your answer is the graph of the given problem based on your equation.

    Problem:
    An equation: of an n (where n is the number of sides) sided polygon that centers at any point that will intersect at two points to a parabola that opens to the left. Identify the root/s then plot the graph.
    Is that the full question exactly as asked?

    Is the polygon regular, convex, ...?

    What have you tried?
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