C++ implementation of Babylonian Method – method to calculate square root of positive numbers.

Enter number to square root: 3 Enter precision 0.0000000000001 sqrt(3) = 0.3 sqrt(3) = 5.15 sqrt(3) = 2.86626 sqrt(3) = 1.95646 sqrt(3) = 1.74492 sqrt(3) = 1.7321 sqrt(3) = 1.73205

#include <iostream> // © 2018 TheFlyingKeyboard and released under MIT License // theflyingkeyboard.net using namespace std; int main() { double number = 0.0; double precision = 0.0; cout << "Enter number to square root: "; cin >> number; cout << "Enter precision "; cin >> precision; if (number < 0) { cout << "number must be >= 0" << endl; return 1; } if (number == 0) { cout << "sqrt(0) = 0" << endl; return 0; } double x = number / 10; double y = number / x; do { cout << "sqrt(" << number << ") = " << x << endl; x = (x + y) / 2; y = number / x; } while (x - y > precision); int a; cin >> a; return 0; }

C++ Babylonian Method – SQRT()