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Math 4 Q1
Math 4 Q1  
First of nine questions.
I'm using screen shots to ensure you see what I see.
All answers are integers in the range 0 to 9.
Where required, assume g=9.81

Frankly, I have no idea what, or why, the question refers to an "iterative process" -- it might be referring to Newton's method but it's 2014, the computer can do Newton's method for us.

It's easy to get m = 0.47223.


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