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algebrica.org > irrational-equations

Irrational equations are equations in which the unknown appears under the sign of a root or is raised to power with a fractional exponent. They are equations of the form:

\[\sqrt[n]{f(x)} = g(x)\]

algebrica.org > loss-of-roots

How to avoid the error of root loss in solving second degree equations through the correct interpretation of the variable x.

algebrica.org > ruffinis-rule

Ruffini’s rule provides a systematic and efficient method for polynomial division, which leads to a rapid factorization of polynomials and the solution of equations of degree \(n > 2\).