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Asked Nov 10, 2019
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The curve y=tan(x) crosses the line y=10x at a​ non-zero x-value between x=0 and x=π/2. Use​ Newton's method to find where the curves intersect.

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Step 1

Given,

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Curve y tanx Line: y 10x

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Step 2

Formula used:

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Newton's method f(x,) where f'(x0 'n

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Step 3

To find the x-coordinate of the intersection of y = tan x and y = 10x where x ϵ (0, π / 2).

So, the function will be

f(x) = tan x – 10x

and f ’(...

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f(x) 10+ 104

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