Hello everyone, I just came along the following function: y(x) = sqrt(x)*(A+B*x)-C=0 x is the independent variable and A,B,C are constant numbers. How can we solve this function for x? Is it possible analytically? Thank you for your help! Daniel
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Originally Posted by dbecker Hello everyone, I just came along the following function: y(x) = sqrt(x)*(A+B*x)-C=0 x is the independent variable and A,B,C are constant numbers. How can we solve this function for x? Is it possible analytically? Thank you for your help! Daniel With the substitution the equation becomes... (1) ... the algebraic solution of which was found in Italy in the XVI-th century ... Kind regards
Thank you! Now it's just obvious Regards, Daniel