Putting Casio fx991CW in perspective.

09232023, 06:45 PM
(This post was last modified: 09232023 06:51 PM by carey.)
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RE: Putting Casio fx991CW in perspective.
(09232023 05:19 PM)Csaba Tizedes Wrote: MoHPC don't like Youtube shorts.... (09232023 05:21 PM)Csaba Tizedes Wrote: Same, without d/dx() Csaba, These videos are great  very nicely done! Thank you for sharing them! A quick question about Newton's method (shown in the videos). Newton's method has stood the test of time and has sound justification in Taylor series. Of the dozens* of other rootfinding methods that have been developed over the years, some general and some claiming to have advantages in special situations, are there one or two of these alternative methods that you have found particularly worthwhile to try in situations where Newton's method doesn't perform well? Thanks! * Alternative rootfinding methods include bisection, secant, regula falsi, Halley's, Broyden's, fixed point iteration, Steffenson's, Ridder's, Brent's, Muller's, Bairstow's, DurandKerner, and more...! 

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