On Jarratt's family of optimal fourth-order iterative methods and their dynamics
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P. Jarratt has developed a family of fourth-order optimal methods. He suggested two members of the family. The dynamics of one of those was discussed previously. Here we show that the family can be written using a weight function and analyze all members of the family to find the best performer.
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