For each initial approximation, determine graphically what happens if Newton's method is used for the function whose graph is shown.
(a) $ x_1 = 0 $ (b) $ x_1 = 1 $ (c) $ x_1 = 3 $
(d) $ x_1 = 4 $ (e) $ x_1 = 5 $
(a)Newton's method fails
(b)Newton's method fails
(c)Newton's method fails
(d)Newton's method fails
(e)Newton's method works
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