Hi. I have the 2 graphs e^x and 2-x. I want to find out the intersection point using newtons method. My question is how do i know what f(X) is.
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Originally Posted by Kuma I have the 2 graphs e^x and 2-x. I want to find out the intersection point using newtons method. My question is how do i know what f(X) is. Let $\displaystyle f(x)=e^x-(2-x)$.
why not the other way around though? How do you determine this. why cant it be 2-x - e^x
Originally Posted by Kuma why not the other way around though? How do you determine this. why cant it be 2-x - e^x It does not matter. You could do that. The root will be the same either way.
Originally Posted by Plato It does not matter. You could do that. The root will be the same either way. Thanks. One last thing. So that's the case for any two graphs then? Order does not matter?
Originally Posted by Kuma Thanks. One last thing. So that's the case for any two graphs then? Order does not matter? $\displaystyle 0=-0=+0$.
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