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Step 1

(a) The critical points are located at x values for which y=g(x)=e^{x}+x^{2}=0.

If there exists any root for g(x)=0, there should normally be two.

Let's start with x_{0}=0, to find the smaller root.

Newton Raphson Formula shown below:

Step 2

Let, x_{0}=0 and find x_{1 , }x_{2}, x_{3}, x_{4 }as shown below:

Step 3

further calculation sho...

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