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Classroom Tips and Techniques: Real Distinct Roots of a Cubic

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: Maplesoft AuthorDr. Robert Lopez
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The real distinct roots of the cubic equation z3  + a z2  + b z + c = 0 can be expressed compactly in terms of trig functions. However, Maple's solve command does not return this compact form, so we explore how we can interpret and compact Maple's solution of this equation.

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Publish Date: August 10, 2010
Created In: Maple 14
Language: English

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