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###### Use the Newton'$ method to find the all solutions to the following equations:1=1+2Hint: One of the solution is in the range -1.5 < x < -0.5 and the other solution is in the range 0.5 < x < 1.5_

Use the Newton'$ method to find the all solutions to the following equations: 1=1+2 Hint: One of the solution is in the range -1.5 < x < -0.5 and the other solution is in the range 0.5 < x < 1.5_

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