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# c++ in solving function with bisection method

How can I solve f(x) with bisection method with the interval [1,2]?
Feb 12 '07 #1
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sicarie
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How can I solve f(x) with bisection method with the interval [1,2]?
The first thing I would do is examine the mathematical solution, and create a step-by-step algorithm that will solve for any f(x), and then I would create an algorithm for a program that incorporated that mathematical method.

Have you tried that approach, or did you just start coding? What code do you have?
Feb 12 '07 #2
Ganon11
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What do you mean by "solve f(x)"? Do you mean find the value of f at x? Do you mean finding a point where f(x) = 0? There are many possible interpretations of that phrase, and just as many solutions.
Feb 12 '07 #3

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