### ON NEW HYBRID ROOT-FINDING ALGORITHMS FOR SOLVING TRANSCENDENTAL EQUATIONS USING EXPONENTIAL AND HALLEY'S METHODS

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The objective of this paper is to propose two new hybrid root finding algorithms for solving transcendental equations. The proposed algorithms are based on the well-known root finding methods namely the Halley's method, regula-falsi method and exponential method. We show using numerical examples that the proposed algorithms converge faster than other related methods. The first hybrid algorithm consists of regula-falsi method and exponential method (RF-EXP). In the second hybrid algorithm, we use regula falsi method and Halley's method (RF-Halley). Several numerical examples are presented to illustrate the proposed algorithms, and comparison of these algorithms with other existing methods are presented to show the efficiency and accuracy. The implementation of the proposed algorithms is presented in Microsoft Excel (MS Excel) and the mathematical software tool Maple.

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