Posted by **HELLLLLPPPPP** on Wednesday, September 8, 2010 at 1:03am.

Use Newton's method to approximate a root of the equation 3sin(x)=x as follows.

Let x1=1 be the initial approximation.

The second approximation x2 is

and the third approximation x3 is

for x2 I got -1.454 which is right but I can't get x3

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