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Tibor Kuna
08/01/13 5:32pm

The catch is that the i have a list of values for the coefficients A and B (20 values for each).

In the picture i have solved the problem for a situation where A and B have just one value, but i would like to create a list of values for each and then find the zeroes of the thrid degree polynomial.

As you can see i have not been very successful.

URL: http://s1296.photobucket.com/user/Tibor_Kuna/media/math1234_zps0d7437b8.jpg.html,

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Finding roots of a third degree polynomial Tibor Kuna 08/01/13 5:32pm
Re: Finding roots of a third degree polynomial Bill Simpson 08/02/13 12:19pm
Re: Re: Finding roots of a third degree polynom... Tibor Kuna 08/05/13 07:23am
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