Two of the roots of the equation are and . Find the third root of the equation.

Source: NCTM Mathematics Teacher, August 2006

**Solution**

Let be the third root of the equation. 108 more words

Two of the roots of the equation are and . Find the third root of the equation.

Source: NCTM Mathematics Teacher, August 2006

**Solution**

Let be the third root of the equation. 108 more words

Analytic formulas, or analytic solutions, or algebraic solutions, of polynomials are answers to the question ‘what are the roots of this function?’ directly – no messing around with guesses. 918 more words

Here is a PDF version of a math problem I recently created. You’ll have to know how to factor cubic polynomials, so you may want to brush up on that first, or use this problem as a refresher. 71 more words

This is to announce a new electronic preprint concerning meadows. The paper entitled “Universality of univariate mixed fractions in divisive meadows” (arXiv:1707.00499v1 ) has now been archived. 60 more words

In this post, we will run a polynomial regression on the Housing data set instead of a linear regression. We will do this when we suspect that there is a non-linear relationship in the data that the linear regression won’t pick up on. 127 more words