Posted by **Julie** on Sunday, September 28, 2008 at 4:28pm.

the iteration formula x_(n+1)=x_(n) - (cos(x_(n)))(sin(x_(n))) + R(cos(x_(n))^2)x_n, where R is a positive constant, was obtained by applying Newton's Method to some function f(x). What was f(x)? What can this formula be used for?

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