Tartaglia-Cardan method

A very, very old method ...

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GB/USA – For the pedagogy, this document is written in the English language but there are similar works in the French language; see the first reference in the bibliography.

The Tartaglia Cardan method is an old mathematical tool (16th century). It has been developed for the resolution of polynomials:

a. x3 + b. x2 + c. x + d = 0

The achievement of its development became possible with the creation of the complex number i (i2 +1 = 0).

It is also a useful tool for the construction of the toy theory called "The theory of the (E) question (TEQ)". This affirmation will be better understood after a lecture of the chapter treating the involution on vector spaces which are equipped with deformed Lie products.

To go further, visit the page:

"The strategic discriminant for the (E) question asked in a four-dimensional space" (FR-only).

© Thierry PERIAT.

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Last edited: 15/09/2021