Método Newton-Raphson en Fortran

Durante algun tiempo estube estudiando Fortran, en escencia porque iba a participar en un proyecto para fluidos pero por ser estudiante de Ing. Electrónica no me dejaron puesto que este proyecto es para Ing. Químicos.
Como todo lo que hago es para Linux, utilizo Debian. El make file se incluye, es necesario tener instalado el gfortran.
La idea de aplicar el método en fortran fue para dar una solución a unas ecuaciones de Física Cuantica.
En general esta entendible pero bueno piensen que fortran es muy díficil y hasta en algunos casos antiintuitivo.

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