Question: Newton's Method Question

I'm very confuse with this question:

- Find one root/zero of  2*x^5-5*x^4+3*x^3-3*x^2+x+2 using Newton's Method. If your polynomial is sadly lackaing in a root, subtract some constant value until the polynomial cuts the x-axis

- Produce four iterations of the Newton's Method. This will result in four successively accurateapproximations to one solution of p(x)=0

- For each iteration, report your beginning xn and the subsequent xn+1 value. For each run, also product a graph of p(x) and the graph of the newest Newton created tangent line

Please help me with that. Thank you

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