Thread: solving "0" of polynomials

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    solving "0" of polynomials

    i need to use some sort of repetition structure in order to solve a polynomial to the fifth degree.
    any help would be appreciated

  2. #2
    Azmodean00
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    Use Newton's Method (if you have taken calculus). Of course, you will have to write your own code in order to find the derivatives of the functions. Since they are polynomials, the method is not very hard to implement.

    Azmodean00

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