|Oct28-06, 08:03 PM||#1|
I am trying to solve the following quartic equation using Ferrari's method. Can you please provide me with hints on how to proceed.
this equation is of the form y^4+fx^3+gx^2+hx+j=0
When I use Ferrari's method and try to substitute y=x-f/4 I would get the same equation because f=0. I tried to form a quadratic equation:
and I was able to get the two roots of this equation, but this is not using the Ferrari method.
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