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[SOLVED] Finding zeropoint with Newton's method
Explain why f(x) = ln x - 1/x - 1 , x>0 have one and only one zero point Use Newton's method to find approximately value for the zero-point. The answer must state with 2 correct decimals. How do I solve this? Why?
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Nov 17, 2005
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