Let g(x) = x2 − 2/x.First find the slope m of the line joining (1, g(1)) and (2, g(2)). Then use the Newton-Raphson method to estimate the values of c for which g'(c) = m. Check that your calculator is set for at least 10 digit display. Continue the process until successive iterations obtained by the calculator are identical.m = How many values of c in (1, 2) exist? Enter values of c below in order from least to greatest. Enter DNE in any empty answer blanks.

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Asked Oct 9, 2019
Let g(x) = x2 − 2/x.

First find the slope m of the line joining (1, g(1)) and (2, g(2)). Then use the Newton-Raphson method to estimate the values of c for which g'(c) = m. Check that your calculator is set for at least 10 digit display. Continue the process until successive iterations obtained by the calculator are identical.

m = 


How many values of c in (1, 2) exist?

 



Enter values of c below in order from least to greatest. Enter DNE in any empty answer blanks.

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Step 1

To work out the required slope and the value of c as specified for the given curve

Step 2

Slope of the required line i...

g(x) x
)=-1, g(2)= 3.
х
So,mslope (2)-, g(1)
2-1
= 4
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g(x) x )=-1, g(2)= 3. х So,mslope (2)-, g(1) 2-1 = 4

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