Horner's method


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Horner's method

[′hȯrn·ərz ‚meth·əd]
(mathematics)
A technique for approximating the real roots of an algebraic equation; a root is located between consecutive integers, then a successive search is performed.
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Horner's method of studying the bone structure of skulls is a new way to look at dinosaurs.