Alright, this has stumped me. How can I rearrange: 2x^3 - x - 4 = 0 to be: x = ROOT(2/x + 1/2) ?
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Originally Posted by Drummerdude93 Alright, this has stumped me. How can I rearrange: 2x^3 - x - 4 = 0 to be: x = ROOT(2/x + 1/2) ? Hi Drummerdude, Factor... Finally, take the square root.
Originally Posted by Drummerdude93 Alright, this has stumped me. How can I rearrange: 2x^3 - x - 4 = 0 to be: x = ROOT(2/x + 1/2) ? note that the transformation is incorrect ... it should be what problem are you solving that led you to ask about this?
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