Solving Quadratics using gradients at the roots

Exploiting Polynomial ‘Perfect Cube’ architecture to build your own function — without the usual approach of specifying all 3 roots

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Rotating cubic roots into managed quadratic segments where the math is easier!

An intuitive way to find the 2nd and 3rd roots

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Using Square Roots - with ‘Division by Vision’ to find Quartic Roots

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A very simple Cubic polynomial root approximation using architectural symmetry and similar triangles

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Applying Similar Triangles to approximate roots aided by ‘natural’ Cubic architecture

Similar Triangles

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Using twin function proximal nodes for application of Newton’s Approximation to find roots

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Exploiting architectural symmetry of Quartic Polynomials to calculate roots using Twin Function Nodes created by SOSO

Greg Oliver

I’m passionate about maths and making it simpler to enjoy. Retired Engineer currently writing maths book at a high school level.

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