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The goal is to find the root of using the fixed point method.
a. As a potential iteration function, select Graphically locate the fixed point of g_{1}(x). Execute the user defined function Fixed Point (Section 3.4) twice, once with initial point chosen as the integer nearest the fixed point on its left, and a second time with the nearest integer on its right. Use default values for kmax and tol, but increase kmax if necessary. Fully discuss convergence issues as related to Theorem 3.1.
b. Next, as the iteration function select and repeat all steps in Part (a).
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