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When You Say Stewart,you mean James Stewart rite??

**Fla$h**- Replies: 6

Friends,

Can anybody tell me the best books for learning:-

1)Abstract Algebra

2)Topology

3)Calculus I,II and III

4)Analytic Geometry

These Books are for my friends,not me

Thanks A Lot In Advance

Something Like The Secant Method??

You Are Right.Well,i decided to read the article and I could understand it.But I Have A question for newtons method.In the Wikipedia article it is written:-

Newton's method can often converge remarkably quickly, especially if the iteration begins "sufficiently near" the desired root. Just how near "sufficiently near" needs to be, and just how quickly "remarkably quickly" can be, depends on the problem. Unfortunately, when iteration begins far from the desired root, Newton's method can easily lead an unwary user astray with little warning. Thus, good implementations of the method embed it in a routine that also detects and perhaps overcomes possible convergence failures.

Are There Any Guidelines or something for "good implementation"?

**Fla$h**- Replies: 2

Has Anybody Checked This out:

http://www.youtube.com/user/khanacademy

His teaching is superb and covers so many subjects!.

Sorry..wrong post.What I mean to say is I dont have the patitence to read wikipedia(lol!)

Um..can you explain them to me??

**Fla$h**- Replies: 9

Hi Guys,Can Anyone Explain Newtons Method,Gaussian Elimination,and continued fractions in a simple,easy to understand way?

**Fla$h**- Replies: 9

Hi Guys,i hope im posting in the right forum.Here Are A Few Exercises:-

PROVE THE FOLLOWING:-

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I got these out of a maths textbook

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