Algebraic geometry determines intersections in its own manner with intersection theory. definition vary in different contexts: put theory formalizes the idea that a smaller object lies in a larger object with inclusion, and the intersection of sets is formed of components that belong to all intersecting sets.

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```
import math
def intersection(
function, x0, x1
): # function is the f we want to find its root and x0 and x1 are two random starting points
x_n = x0
x_n1 = x1
while True:
x_n2 = x_n1 - (
function(x_n1) / ((function(x_n1) - function(x_n)) / (x_n1 - x_n))
)
if abs(x_n2 - x_n1) < 10 ** -5:
return x_n2
x_n = x_n1
x_n1 = x_n2
def f(x):
return math.pow(x, 3) - (2 * x) - 5
if __name__ == "__main__":
print(intersection(f, 3, 3.5))
```