I want to solve this equation for x: ax^2+cx^(1.5)=b But this is not as easy as it seemed. Perhaps someone can help. Gr. Dirk
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Originally Posted by dirk_de_groof I want to solve this equation for x: ax^2+cx^(1.5)=b But this is not as easy as it seemed. Perhaps someone can help. Gr. Dirk Hello Dirk which leads to a fourth degree polynomial equation I do not know if this is of any help for you
Thank you! But now I need to find the roots of this 4th degree polynomial.. Does anyone know a method with not too much computational load? The polynomial looks like this: Where: in: Gr Dirk
There is a method called Ferrari's method but maybe a little bit difficult Méthode de Ferrari - Wikipédia Sorry for the French version, I could not find the English one Anyway mathematics are a universal language !
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