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The Newton-Raphson iteration $X_{n+1} = (\frac{X_n}{2}) + \frac{3}{(2X_n)}$ can be used to solve the equation

  1. $X^2 =3$
  2. $X^3 =3$
  3. $X^2 =2$
  4. $X^3 =2$
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x^2=3 from the next term formula of newton raphson method
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