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Use the Newton-Raphson method to find an approximate solution of the equation*e*^{-7x} = x

in the interval [0, 1]. Use the method until successive approximations obtained by a calculator are identical.

x ≈

Step 1

The function

Step 2

Compute first iteration.

Step 3

Compute second i...

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