polynomial equation

polynomial equation

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(mathematics)
An equation in which a polynomial in one or more variables is set equal to zero.
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8, the rise of the current can be modelled as a 9th degree polynomial equation and the drop can be modelled as a 3rd degree polynomial equation.
Conclusions: The better model showing the functional relation between the pulmonary hypertension in hyperthyroidism and the factors identified in this study is given by a polynomial equation of second degree where the parabola is its graphical representation.
Using polynomials it is very common to apply a stepwise regression in order to eliminate terms of the polynomial equation that can be identified as not statistical significant.
The quadratic polynomial equation between CWSI and gs was the same with the results got by Aladenol and Madramootoo (2014) on bell pepper, but was different from the negatively linear relationship between CWSI and gs reported by Moller et al.
This paper tries to be an invitation and, at the same time, a motivation to people working in the polynomial equation solving field to realize about the important problems that can be solved in the practical fields using some special type of polynomial equations.
Some mathematical process which can be found in [16] led to the polynomial equation for quantile function.
Keywords: algebraic equation, Iteration method, resolvent polynomial equation, Taylor expansion
the algebraic variety given by one polynomial equation [y.
2] (obtained by rewriting the equation P([LAMBDA], m) = 0 as a monic polynomial equation in 2/[LAMBDA]) and this last discriminant is -16(27[m.
Constructions of fundamental refinable functions are often based on a simple start function that is used as the input of a polynomial equation.