Mathematica 9 is now available
Student Support Forum
-----
Student Support Forum: 'Finding all roots of a polynomial over a range' topicStudent Support Forum > General > "Finding all roots of a polynomial over a range"

< Previous CommentHelp | Reply To Comment | Reply To Topic
Author Comment/Response
Brandon
11/28/12 10:24pm

In Response To 'Re: Finding all roots of a polynomial over a ra...'
---------
"It means take all the n's in uuu and replace them with 100s. "/." is shorthand for the ReplaceAll function. "->" is shorthand for the Rule function."

When you say "replace with 100s" are you saying that it is finding every 100th n? Or it is literally making the value of n = 100?

Also, I included a file of a new example. I tweaked my polynomial slightly and as I was working through your steps it gave me an error.

What am I doing wrong?

Attachment: error.nb, URL: ,

Subject (listing for 'Finding all roots of a polynomial over a range')
Author Date Posted
Finding all roots of a polynomial over a range Brandon 11/27/12 8:02pm
Re: Finding all roots of a polynomial over a ra... jf 11/28/12 12:43pm
Re: Re: Finding all roots of a polynomial over ... Brandon 11/28/12 7:09pm
Re: Finding all roots of a polynomial over a ra... jf 11/28/12 7:57pm
Re: Re: Finding all roots of a polynomial over ... Brandon 11/28/12 10:24pm
< Previous CommentHelp | Reply To Comment | Reply To Topic