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Striking to realize these trivial high-order methods have no
precedents

Posted: Jun 4, 2017 7:23 PM
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Hi All,

https://domingogomezmorin.wordpress.com/

Hope you find of some interest these new high-order root-approximating methods (at any desired convergence rate) based on the generalized mediant which is well-known operation for Number theorists.
No derivatives, no Trial-Error checks, No Geometry, but just the Simplest Arithmetic.

This means that all those methods that have been consecrated by academic journals as an exclusive and superb result of the Infinitesimal calculus can be trivially developed by means of the Simplest Arithmetic.

No precedents



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