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Fundamental theorem of algebra (thing)
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artemis entreri
Thu Feb 15 2001 at 1:48:07
The Fundamental Theorem of Algebra
(unlike that of
calculus
) is usually implicitly understood since
middle school
, but not often stated in explicit terms. Simply stated, every
polynomial
with
real
coefficients
factors into
linear
and
quadratic
terms, or has certain
real
and certain
conjugate pairs
of
roots
.
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