Extension of the Celebrated Theorem of C. Sturm: Whereby the Roots of Numeral Equations May Be Separated from Each Other, with Copious Examples James Lockhart

ISBN: 9781332126217

Published: September 27th 2015

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Extension of the Celebrated Theorem of C. Sturm: Whereby the Roots of Numeral Equations May Be Separated from Each Other, with Copious Examples  by  James Lockhart

Extension of the Celebrated Theorem of C. Sturm: Whereby the Roots of Numeral Equations May Be Separated from Each Other, with Copious Examples by James Lockhart
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Excerpt from Extension of the Celebrated Theorem of C. Sturm: Whereby the Roots of Numeral Equations May Be Separated From Each Other, With Copious ExamplesOn the day of commemoration, held in June last, at Oxford, to celebrate the memory of theMoreExcerpt from Extension of the Celebrated Theorem of C. Sturm: Whereby the Roots of Numeral Equations May Be Separated From Each Other, With Copious ExamplesOn the day of commemoration, held in June last, at Oxford, to celebrate the memory of the Founders and Benefactors of the University, the writer published, as a homage on the occasion, the resolution of two celebrated equations according to the method of Newton, He asserted, at the conclusion, that by means of some properties derivable from the theorem of Sturm, unnoticed by that author, the separation of the roots of equations from each other might be effected, and a few instances of such separations were given.Being now engaged on the second part of a work, relating to approximation, he has thought it advisable to preface it by the examples now placed before the public, the demonstration of the universal accuracy of the separations being reserved for the intended publication, which indeed is so plain that it will readily occur to the scientific reader.About the PublisherForgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books.

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