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    Bisection method problem

    Hello everybody. I need some help on this prob.

    The function defined by f(x)=\sin \pi x has zeros at every integer. Show that when -1<a<0 and 2<b<3, the Bisection method converges to

    a. 0, if a+b<2,
    b. 2, if a+b>2,
    c. 1, if a+b=2
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    I'm posting just to bring it to the first page in case someone hasn't seen it cause it got away with only 16 views.
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