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All right, listen. This problem So you have
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a point to calm If I was so special about
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it. Well, it's a part off. Nine
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months to X. What's so special about this one
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? Well, you have a graph f of X
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, and I don't know what the graph looks like
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at all, but I know that too. Come
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on, five is going to be a point on
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it. And the reason why I know that is
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because why equals to nine minus two X is a
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line that contains right here that is Taligent to ffx
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. So the graph that looks like this is tangent
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to the function f. So if f looks something
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like that, it could be one possible case.
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It could also look something like this. That's another
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option. So if I want to figure out where
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the where the route is going to be based on
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the Newton's approximation, I would say that all right
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, here is my approximated route. I'm not really
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satisfy it by it, because if I plugged it
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into the original function, it'll be right here.
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My next guest is going to be located right there
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. Oh, and it went to two again,
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and it went there again and it went there again
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, and it's actually not going to be the best
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guess possible. But that was just simply because I
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don't know what FedEx looks like. Okay. However
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, I at least know that my next guest is
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going to be located exactly right there. So that's
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what my ex to looks like because they call this
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point x one. So what's x two? It
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simply the X intercept off this equation right there.
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So X is equal to nine over to is going
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to be the position off x two, and this
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is how we answer this question.