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quintic

[′kwin·tik]
(mathematics)
A fifth-degree expression.
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Since announcing the transaction with NXP in November, Quintic has gained further traction with wearables, consumer health and mobile customers.
As I was about to say, before being so rudely interrupted;' continues Einstein, "Young Abel died of starvation and tuberculosis before he could win acclaim for his proof that the quintic equation couldn't be solved by formula.
5,2,p,h) of deficient discrete quintic splines over p which satisfy the boundary conditions
The lawsuit alleges that Quintic and its Chinese affiliate have infringed five patents relating to mixed-signal integrated circuits.
5 in the world rankings and hailed as the future Tiger Woods, was urged to go to Hurrion by Padraig Harrington, who readily attributes his victories in the past two Opens partly to the help he got from Quintic.
i](y)--functions constructed using quintic B-splines ([TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] 1980) and they are selected so as to satisfy the boundary conditions at y = const using linear combinations of cubic and quintic B-splines (Grigorenko and Kryukov 1995).
the quintic nature of this reality leaves your linear mind unable to comprehend the numerous irrational solutions leading to ultimate success.
Yang: High accuracy approximation of helices by quintic curve, Computer Aided Geometric Design, 20(2003), 303-317.
Introduction of the quintic supported spline wavelets
The Jacobi-Davidson method has also been exploited for polynomial eigenproblems of which the polynomial is of degree > 2, for instance cubic [10, 11], quartic, or quintic [12]; see also [22] and the references therein.
McConnell and Servaes (1990, 1995) observe an inverse U-shaped relation between insider ownership and Tobin's q; Morck, Shleifer, and Vishny (1988), Hermalin and Weisbach (1991), and Short and Keasey (1999) report a cubic relation; and, in a recent study, Davies, Hillier, and McColgan (2005) test a quintic relation.
Mathematicians solved algebraic equations until they came to a stop with the quintic equation, which resisted solution until two mathematical geniuses independently discovered it couldn't be solved using the usual methods.