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  1. Use three iterations of Newton’s Method to approximate a zero of f(x) = x2 − 2. Use x = 1 as the initial guess. We need to know f (x)=2x, and we now can use the formula (we are given that x0 = 1). Use Newton’s Method to estimate the point of intersection of y = e−x2 and y = x.

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