|Jun5-12, 04:05 AM||#18|
Solve for d
Since d^n disappears, the remaining term of highest power is d^(n-1).
It is known that analytical solutions of polynomial equations are possible up to power 4.
So, your equation is analytically solvable up to n=5 (inclusive)
In case of n>5, you have to use numerical computation in order to obtain approximate values for the solutions.
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