f(x,y)= (x-2)2 + 2(y-2)2 - 100 g(x,y) = -34+x2+24x-9y

(x0,y0 = (4,9) is an initial estimate of the solution of f(x, y) = 0 and g(x,y) = 0, then using Newton's method find the next approximate solution.

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Here’s one way to apply Newton’s Method.

g(x,y)=0⇒y=(x²+24x-34)/9,

y-2=(x²+24x-34)/9-2=(x²+24x-52)/9=(x-2)(x+26)/9.

Substitute for y in f(x,y)=0:

(x-2)²+2(x-2)²(x+26)²/81-100=0,

(x-2)²+2(x-2)²(x+26)²/81-100=0,

(x-2)²(1+2(x+26)²/81)-100=0,

(x-2)²(2x²+104x+1433)/81-100=0.

Differentiate:

2(x-2)(2x²+104x+1433)/81+(x-2)²(4x+104)/81.

x₀=4,

x₁=x₀-[(x₀-2)²(2x₀²+104x₀+1433)/81-100]/[2(x₀-2)(2x₀²+104x₀+1433)/81+(x₀-2)²(4x₀+104)/81]

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Continued from above solution:

After substitution: x₁=4.071964018, y₁=(x₁²+24x₁-34)/9=8.923114155.

Rounding: (4.07196,8.92311).

A more accurate solution after a couple more iterations:

x₃=4.070487838, y₃=(x₃²+24x₃-34)/9=8.91784215.

Rounding to 5 decimal places (4.07049,8.91784).

Note that there is another intersection point (see graph).