Chapter 1 Imaginary and Complex Number

# 1.5 Solving Cubic and Quartic Equations

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An equation of the form az^3+bz^2+cz+d=0 is called a cubic equation, and has three roots. In this section, you learn about solving cubic and quartic equations, solving cubic equations, and solving quadratic equations.

Divide complex numbers

Solving Cubic and Quartic Equations