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Re: QUINTIC BY RADICALS
Posted:
Sep 7, 2016 8:48 AM


On Thursday, August 26, 2004 at 5:56:18 PM UTC+3, Edwin Clark wrote: > Bassam Karzeddin wrote: > > > > > What about,if,I or some one else, provide a radical solution to your > > equation(x^5+3x+1=0)? > > > You might like to educate yourself concerning the subject of solvability > by radicals (Essentially settled by Evariste Galois (18111832).) > > You could start here, for example, > > http://nrich.maths.org/mathsf/journalf/feb02/art2/index_l2h.html
On Thursday, August 26, 2004 at 5:56:18 PM UTC+3, Edwin Clark wrote: > Bassam Karzeddin wrote: > > > > > What about,if,I or some one else, provide a radical solution to your > > equation(x^5+3x+1=0)? > > > You might like to educate yourself concerning the subject of solvability > by radicals (Essentially settled by Evariste Galois (18111832).) > > You could start here, for example, > > http://nrich.maths.org/mathsf/journalf/feb02/art2/index_l2h.html
On Thursday, August 26, 2004 at 5:56:18 PM UTC+3, Edwin Clark wrote: > Bassam Karzeddin wrote: > > > > > What about,if,I or some one else, provide a radical solution to your > > equation(x^5+3x+1=0)? > > Edwin Clark said
> You might like to educate yourself concerning the subject of solvability > by radicals (Essentially settled by Evariste Galois (18111832).) > > You could start here, for example, > > http://nrich.maths.org/mathsf/journalf/feb02/art2/index_l2h.html
Actually, I had already educated them long time ago (around 10 years back, you can check up with them), where they had removed their wrong famous example
(x^5 + x +1 = 0) from the content, but I forget to tell you that time to get more education in this matter
Regards
Bassam Karzeddin



