is an option for functions that involve solving algebraic equations that specifies whether explicit forms for solutions to quartic equations should be given.
With , roots of quartics are given explicitly in terms of radicals. With Quartics-> True , roots of quartics that do not have very simple forms are given implicitly in terms of Quartics-> False objects. Root
may lead to fairly large outputs. Quartics-> True Examples open all close all
By default does not use the general formulas for solving quartics in radicals: Reduce
With , Quartics-> True solves all quartics in terms of radicals: Reduce
Solving this simple quartic in radicals does not require the general formulas:
By default does not use the general formulas for solving quartics in radicals: Eigenvalues
With all quartics are solved in terms of radicals: Quartics-> True
By default converts all quartic ToRadicals objects to radicals: Root
With , Quartics-> False does not use the general formulas for solving quartics: ToRadicals
Cite this as: Wolfram Research (1988), Quartics, Wolfram Language function, https://reference.wolfram.com/language/ref/Quartics.html. Text
Wolfram Research (1988), Quartics, Wolfram Language function, https://reference.wolfram.com/language/ref/Quartics.html.
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