spiny urchin

2015-06-25 20:23:06 UTC

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For starters I attempted to solve the 7th degree polynomial. WithRaw Message

satisfactory results I attempted to solve the 1000th degree and finally the

nth degree polynomial roots. I included a 7th degree example and a start on

the traditional method for solving all of these instances.

In the correct answer to the 7th, dimensional analysis requires these

degrees of coefficients:

7th/7th 6th/6th 5th/5th 4th/4th 3rd/3rd 2nd/2nd 1st/1st

For instance, 1st/1st = a_0/a_7 2nd/2nd = a_1*a_2/a_7^2 and so on.

I used the Quadradic Formula but could have used the Cubic. In the

Quadradic I grouped parts of the full, equated to zero and normalized the

results in nested radicals.