Does anybody knows how to make a program in Mathematica for plotting y_n versus x_n. (x_n,y_n) is solution of f(x_n,y_n)=0.
Initially we know y_1=0 and x_1 such that f(x_1,y_1)=0
after that, for a given y_n, x_n=FindRoot[ f(x,y_n), with initial guess x=x_(n-1) ]
The caulculus is made iteratively from n=1 to 100 (for example), resulting in a curve (x_n,y_n) . f(x,y) could be for example Sin[x-y-2] and for y_1=0 we have x_1=2. And y_n=n-1
I am just starting in Mathematica and I would like to show this tu my pupils (Electrical Engineering undergraduate students) . THANKS, Descardeci