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Topic: Can you confirm if this equation can be solved for "i" algebraically
Replies: 18   Last Post: Jun 11, 2014 1:14 AM

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 Pubkeybreaker Posts: 1,683 Registered: 2/12/07
Re: Can you confirm if this equation can be solved for "i" algebraically
Posted: Jun 9, 2014 11:54 AM

On Monday, June 9, 2014 11:46:59 AM UTC-4, Abraham A wrote:
>> On Monday, June 9, 2014 11:31:10 AM UTC-4, Pubkeybreaker wrote: > On Monday, June 9, 2014 11:05:37 AM UTC-4, Abraham A wrote: > > > <snip> You are correct, it is an Nth degree polynomial > > > > I never said that it was an N'th degree polynomial.
>>Especially > > since it is NOT an N'th degree polynomial.

> It turns out to be a polynomial with a degree (N+1) albeit there are only two high order terms of (N+1) and (N)

Vacuous.

Please tell us when an (N+1)'th degree polynomial has MORE than
"two high order terms of (N+1) and (N)".

Indeed. Please tell us what terms (i.e. degrees) are missing. i.e. what
coefficients are zero.

Date Subject Author
6/9/14 Abraham A
6/9/14 Pubkeybreaker
6/9/14 Abraham A
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6/9/14 Abraham A
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6/9/14 Pubkeybreaker
6/9/14 Abraham A
6/9/14 Pubkeybreaker
6/9/14 Abraham A
6/9/14 Pubkeybreaker
6/9/14 Abraham A
6/10/14 William Elliot
6/10/14 Abraham A
6/10/14 William Elliot
6/10/14 Abraham A
6/11/14 thenewcalculus@gmail.com