Posted by **Soojung** on Monday, November 10, 2008 at 10:44pm.

Use Newtonâ€™s Method with initial approximation x1 = 2 to solve the equation x5 +x= 6 . Go to x3,

and tell me how good you think the approximation is. Round all answers to 3 decimal places.

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