On 27 Jul, 17:50, arithmonic <djes...@gmail.com> wrote: > On 26 jul, 22:16, "sttscitr...@tesco.net" <sttscitr...@tesco.net>
> You are just a litle envious man who ignores the required steps to > apply the well-known Daniel Bernoulli's method to complex roots.
You are simply contradicting yourself. If you think complex numbers are "tricks amd patches" (whatever that might mean) ,are you saying that complex numbers don't exist or their use should be avoided or what ? If x^4 +2 = 0 and the roots are complex and Bernoulli's method gives complex numbers as roots (what else ?) your GCF can't be equivalent to Bernoulli's method because your GCFs produce only rational numbers. Your GCF involves only ratios of the coefficients 1,2.
Please try and give a straight answer to this question instead of evading the issue all the time. If the answer is in your book you can reproduce it here. Mindless repetition of the same mantra is not rational discourse. You are the one making the claims about your GCF, it is not for others to puzzle about what you may or may not mean. If you have a cogent explanation, please give one.