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Re: Solving a Cubic equationTo solve the equation you just have to remember that whatever you do to one side you must do to the other. The idea is to get the x on it's own. Last edited by rickyoswaldiow (20051206 03:04:45) Aloha Nui means Goodbye. #3 20051206 03:07:00
Re: Solving a Cubic equation4x  3x = CUBE ROOT OF 1/2? Last edited by rickyoswaldiow (20051206 03:07:17) Aloha Nui means Goodbye. #5 20051207 11:33:08
Re: Solving a Cubic equation
I cannot help but wondering what this formula represent. Care to elaborate? #6 20051208 01:07:40
Re: Solving a Cubic equationI learnt it as the NewtonRaphson process, but whatever. Why did the vector cross the road? It wanted to be normal. #7 20051208 10:24:49
Re: Solving a Cubic equationNice explanation mathsyperson, I use Newton's method all of the time. It is very useful for difficult problems. I must be showing my age by calling it Newton's Method. #8 20051211 09:04:59
Re: Solving a Cubic equationI think that Last edited by krassi_holmz (20051211 09:24:49) IPBLE: Increasing Performance By Lowering Expectations. 