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Hello.

Assume that I have two polynomials of degree 2, i.e., Quadratic Equations.

1.

Assume that the Quadratic Equation is:

x

The roots of the Quadratic Equation is -3 and -4.

2.

Assume that there is another Quadratic Equation:

x

The roots of the Quadratic Equation is -6 and -2.

Then the use of the roots of the polynomial is that:

When I am trying to find where two modeling equations intersect, where information overlaps, this is equivalent to finding the zeroes to know the difference of the models.

The modeling equations I chose to consider is delineated as 1 and 2 above.

What I think is, I find roots of two or more polynomials to know the differences between them or to do something else, like, initiating another curve from any of the roots.

Am I right?

I want to know the applications of a root of a polynomial.

Do you have an example which illustrates use of a root of a polynomial?

Thank you.

Assume that I have two polynomials of degree 2, i.e., Quadratic Equations.

1.

Assume that the Quadratic Equation is:

x

^{2}+ 7x + 12 = 0The roots of the Quadratic Equation is -3 and -4.

2.

Assume that there is another Quadratic Equation:

x

^{2}+ 8x + 12 = 0The roots of the Quadratic Equation is -6 and -2.

Then the use of the roots of the polynomial is that:

When I am trying to find where two modeling equations intersect, where information overlaps, this is equivalent to finding the zeroes to know the difference of the models.

The modeling equations I chose to consider is delineated as 1 and 2 above.

What I think is, I find roots of two or more polynomials to know the differences between them or to do something else, like, initiating another curve from any of the roots.

Am I right?

I want to know the applications of a root of a polynomial.

Do you have an example which illustrates use of a root of a polynomial?

Thank you.

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