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22/10/2014 - 06:09 von humbled survivor | Report spam
A polynomial is the dot product of the normal to a plane and a space curve.
Wherever the curve intersects the plane there is a solution.

The plane intersects the axes at different points, and the lines adjoining
two intercepts form a basis. With the bases we can construct the position
where the curve intersects the plane and therefore arrive at the solutions.

This starts out finding 7th degree roots, starts a Geometric Series and then
changes to finding the roots to the 6th degree. Finally I took a stab at
the quartic.

http://www.stonetabernacle.com/poly...roots.html
 

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#1 Detlef Müller
22/10/2014 - 10:41 | Warnen spam
On 22.10.2014 06:09, humbled survivor wrote:
A polynomial is the dot product of the normal to a plane and a space
curve. Wherever the curve intersects the plane there is a solution.

The plane intersects the axes at different points, and the lines
adjoining two intercepts form a basis. With the bases we can construct
the position where the curve intersects the plane and therefore arrive
at the solutions.

This starts out finding 7th degree roots, starts a Geometric Series and
then changes to finding the roots to the 6th degree. Finally I took a
stab at the quartic.

http://www.stonetabernacle.com/poly...roots.html



Mh - I dont understand what this all should mean ...
there is nearly no explaining text, so i guess its the
same with anyone else looking at this link.
There is only one written statement (E^n), which is
easily proven wrong by counter-example:

x^3-2x^2-x+3 has the roots -1, 1, 1 and 2.

in the System

t^3 - 2t^2 + 3 = 0 and
t^3 - t + 2 = 0

The root 1 doesn't solve even one of these
equations.

So somewhere in your assumptions or constructions (which
I dont understand) and conclusions there is something
wrong.

Detlef

Dr. Detlef Müller,
http://www.mathe-doktor.de oder http://mathe-doktor.de

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