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On Solvability of Higher Degree Polynomial Equations

@inproceedings{Buya2017OnSO,
  title={On Solvability of Higher Degree Polynomial Equations},
  author={Samuel Bonaya Buya},
  year={2017}
}
I present methods that can be used to obtain algebraic solution of polynomial equations of degree five and above. In this contribution I look into methods by which higher degree polynomial equations can be factorized to obtain lower degree solvable auxiliary equations. The factorization method has been used to successfully solve quartic equations. A careful selection of the appropriate factorized form can bear much fruit in solving higher degree polynomial. Ehrenfried Walter von Tschirnhaus… Expand
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