There is always a root near every integer multiple of pi and the root is always a tiny bit smaller.
If you go further higher up to the right, then "root" will not be able to find that root because of numerical limits.
There is always a root near every integer multiple of pi and the root is always a tiny bit smaller.
If you go further higher up to the right, then "root" will not be able to find that root because of numerical limits.
You may also talk uncle Wolfram into calculating the results within a given range:
Many thanks for your time and help, Werner. Following up your hints I get:
Best Regards.