As if the mathematician could truly make completely even the solution of the Quadratic equation only (without mixing it with fictions), wonder!
So funny, really the achievements of mathematickers
BKK
On Wednesday, September 20, 2017 at 10:50:01 PM UTC+3, bassam karzeddin wrote:
As if the mathematician could truly make completely even the solution of the Quadratic equation only (without mixing it with fictions), wonder!
So funny, really the achievements of mathematickers
BKK
To see the simplest form solution (just before they delete it) of coefficients (a = b = 1), and c= - 1, the following general trinomial of n'th degree
(x^n + x^m = 1)
https://mathoverflow.net/questions/208169/quintic-equation
This had been made in the standard known mathematics and long ago (1986), with documented references and letters
But it seems that it is only more interesting to mathematicians when (n = 2, and, m = 1), wonder!
Any reference research of alike results from 1990 on words, please
Thanks and Regards
Bassam King Karzeddin
Feb. 28th, 2018
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