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A Quartic Problem (Posted on 2005-12-22) Difficulty: 4 of 5
It is given that A,B,C and D are roots of the quartic equation X^4 - X +2 = 0. Determine, whether or not (AB+CD) is a root of the equation X^3 8X 1 = 0.

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  Subject Author Date
SolutionGeneral SolutionBrian Smith2016-03-20 22:08:13
Full solutiongoFish2005-12-24 08:39:08
"Research" ProblemRichard2005-12-23 14:50:25
re(2): Nothing elegant yetgoFish2005-12-23 05:23:58
re: Nothing elegant yetRichard2005-12-23 00:15:23
Nothing elegant yetgoFish2005-12-22 20:20:42
Solving the Quartic (spoiler?)Richard2005-12-22 14:48:37
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