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The Bisection method finds the root (or zero) of a real-valued function by repeatedly halving the interval [`a`, `b`] where the signs of `f` (`a`) and `f` (`b`) are different. By the Intermediate Value Theorem, since `a` and `b` bracket the root, the continuous function has at least one root in [`a`, `b`].