### C3 COURSEWORK FIXED POINT ITERATION

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# The Secret Garden of Maths

In Part I we calculated the probability of winning a single-suit version of the Higher of Lower card game. The Diagonal Problem 2 dimensions Cc3 14th, Micky 2 comments.

I was recently roped into joining some friends for a pub quiz. The objective of this post is to find the probability of winning the full, unsimplified, 4-suit version of the game played in pubs across the land.

This post builds further on the concepts discussed in the original 1-in Gay Problem post and its sequel, Find a way to my Heartand delves deeper into the abstract to discover an impressive 3d form hidden in our function. The Traversal Problem 3 dimensions June 24th, Micky 12 comments.

I hate pub quizzes. Part I September 5th, Micky 3 comments. October 15th, Micky 2 comments. Most, perhaps all, of us here at Forest School have benefited from the monetary system. Two players failed in succession and then the host declared that the contents of the pot would roll over to next week. At the end of this particular quiz there was a competition to win a pot of dosh.

But does everyone benefit from our monetary system? Newton-Raphson is an iterative numerical method for finding roots of equations.

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## Fixed point iteration: Rearrangement method explained

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When taking square roots of both sides of an equation, one should be careful not to turf out the negative result without first considering whether it has a true meaning. I want to talk to you today about our monetary system.