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Is there a way to rewrite Roots[#n] result in easier to read form?


Hello;
This is Mathematica 6.01

Is there a way to make the output of the following DSolve more readable? It 
contains lots of Root[] with #n in it.


Remove["Global`*"]
ode11 = Derivative[1][y][x] -
     1/Sqrt[Subscript[a, 4]*x^4 + Subscript[a, 3]*x^3 +
        Subscript[a, 2]*x^2 + Subscript[a, 1]*x + Subscript[a, 0]] ==
    0;
DSolve[ode11, y[x], x]

here is a pic of the output:

http://12000.org/tmp/081507/output.PNG

I understand what #'s are for, but was wondering if the output can be 
written using more 'traditional' form so it will easier to read? i.e having 
the polynomial whose Roots are being called for, to be explicitly written 
out or something along those lines?...I tried Simplify[].

thanks,
Nasser



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