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We start with the equation:
X1^2-6*X1+2=0
X1(1)=1-6+2=(-3)
X1(2)+9-6*(-3)+2=29
X1(3)=29^2-6*29+2=841-174+2=669
X1(4)=669^2-6*669+2=443549

X1=1/3+1/29+1/669+1/443549=
.3333333+.0344828+.0014947+.00000023=.369311

This is approximately equal to .36454.

Thus A my answer

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