posted on Dec, 21 2010 @ 05:36 AM
Originally posted by gateway30
reply to post by maybee
has anyone figured out that equation? got me stumped.
It's a 4th degree polynomial equation of the form ax^3 + bx^2 + cx + d = 0 using the imaginary value of i as part of each term.
For those not familiar with the use of imaginary numbers in mathematics, i is defined as the square root of
-1
These type of polynomial has 6 possible solutions or roots and this particular one on the site is very unique in that no matter what starting number
you enter, you apparently
ALWAYS get the same 6 roots as answers ... namely ...
-1 and 0 (1st root pair)
0 and 1 (2nd root pair)
0 and -1 (3rd root pair)
When graphed, we get the following that looks like a letter
T lying on it's side.
No idea if there's any kind of hidden symbolgy implied.
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