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Bisektion Verfahren

The bisection method finds a root of f(x). 0. Enter a function f(x). For example, x^2-2. 1. Bracket the root in the interval [a,b]. (Either move points A and B, or input values for a and b so that f(a)*f(b) < 0. 2. Click "Step" button to find the next bracket. At any time, you may click "Zoom" for a better view of the current bracket. "Reset" sets the bracket to [1,2] Copied and lighly adapted from Ron Smith: