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hey anyone know how to solve t^4-3t^3-10?

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i don't know how to solve this
because there is nothing to solve
lol i was thinking the same...

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Yes, there's nothing to solve
firstly equate it to something miss... then take t^2 = m and substitute o get a quadratic nd solve it out
t^4-3t^3-10 =0 t^4-3t^3=10 t^3(t-3)=10 so t= cube root (10) or t=13
@aditya you know its t^4-3t^3-10 that middle term is not t^2 @dhashni thats a crazy method you got there
as an incorrect
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no answer for this ....because by integral root theorem ...
there is no equation lol you can't solve this
i know but i couldn't believe all the replies i got you guys really tried to help me
hey myininaya ...its all =o
i don't see that
i just see an expression
no equation
lets assume..sme typo errors..hhehe
lol maybe

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