Approximate solutions to more complex equations can be found using a process called iteration. Iteration means repeatedly carrying out a process.
In this class we we learn how to solve an equation using iteration by starting with an initial value and substitute this into the iteration formula to obtain a new value. Students then use the new value for the next substitution, and so on. Iteration is a higher level topic for students aiming to achieve a grade 6 and above.
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This class is aimed at students in Year 9-11 or S3-S5 who are practising solving more complex equations.