Everybody learns the “quadratic formula” for solving equations of the form [itex]A x^2 + B x + C = 0[/itex], even though you don’t really need such a formula, because you can solve for [itex]x[/itex] through the technique of “completing the square”. What you need a formula for is the solution to the cubic equation: […]

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Programming / Windows Development : CodeProject

Gerolamo Cardano published a method to solve a cubic equation in 1545. There is a description of this method on Wikipedia. But it is not too detailed and on the German Wikipedia. In fact, the last part is missing and without this pa...

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Programming / Windows Development : CodeProject

Solve quadratic equation for giving A, B, C coefficient

Academics / Mathematics : Scientific American: Roots of Unity

The solution to the cubic equation, in terza rima. -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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A JavaScript library for manipulating and solving algebraic expressions. Handles fractions (including reducing), linear equations, quadratic and cubic equations, solves for one or more variables. Amazing. algebra.js by nicolewhite O...

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