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|Google uses and data to:• Deliver and maintain services, like tracking outages and protecting against spam, fraud, and abuse• Improve the quality of our services and develop new ones• In this instance it is in fact easy to factor our quartic by treating it as a ; but finding such factorings of a higher degree polynomial can be very difficult|
|Otherwise, S x will itself be a polynomial; this is another factor of P x which has no real rational roots||a 1 a 0 r ---- ---------- 2|
|Deliver and measure the effectiveness of ads• Show personalized content, depending on your settings• Otherwise, we only have a partial factorization of P x over Q, which may or may not be further factorable over the rationals; but which will certainly be further factorable over the reals or at worst the complex plane||See for a theoretical explanation of why this is so, and see for ways to approximate roots of polynomials numerically|
Note: by a "complete factorization" of P x over Q, we mean a factorization as a product of polynomials with rational coefficients, such that each factor is irreducible over Q, where "irreducible over Q" means that the factor cannot be written as the product of two non-constant polynomials with rational coefficients and smaller degree.