irrational equation

irrational equation

[i′rash·ən·əl i′kwā·zhən]
(mathematics)
An equation having an unknown raised to some fractional power. Also known as radical equation.
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There are several subtypes of irrational equations in school mathematics.
All CAS provide correct solutions to simpler irrational equations with only one radical on the one side and a number on the other, like [square root of x] = 0, [square root of x] = 2, [square root of x + 1] = 2 and [square root of [x.
Mathematics II includes: Fractional and Irrational Equations, Cubic and Quartic Inequalities, Trigonometric Functions, Limits and Continuity of Functions, Differentiation of Polynomials.