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# Tag Archives: Quartic

## Solving Quadratic, Cubic, Quartic and higher order equations; examples

A previous post presented a spreadsheet with functions for solving cubic and quartic equations, and this has been extended with another function solving higher order polynomials. The functions are actually very easy to use, but the documentation in the spreadsheets is quite brief, … Continue reading

Posted in Arrays, Excel, Link to Python, Maths, Newton, UDFs, VBA
Tagged Cubic, Excel, Higher order polynomials, Jenkins-Traub, Python, Quadratic, Quartic, solving polynomials, UDF, VBA
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## Python for VBA users – 5; Using built in numpy functions

Previous Python Post In previous posts in this series I have looked at translating VBA functions to solve quadratic and cubic equations, but the Python numpy library has a polyroots function that will solve polynomials of any degree, and will … Continue reading

Posted in Arrays, Excel, Link to Python, Maths, Newton, NumPy and SciPy, UDFs, VBA
Tagged complex numbers, Cubic, Excel, high order polynomials, Jenkins-Traub Method, Polynomial, Python, PyXLL, Quadratic, Quartic, UDF, VBA
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## Goal Seek Macro for Multiple Sheets

Following a comment on the Using Goal Seek on Multiple Cells post, I have modified the macro so that the goal-seek ranges can be on a different sheet to the named input ranges. The new file can be downloaded from: GSeek.zip. … Continue reading

## Polynomial Update

Following a comment here: Solving cubic and quartic equations with Excel the Quartic and CubicC User Defined Functions (UDFs) have been amended to fix a problem occurring with some combinations of coefficients. The updated spreadsheet (including full open source code) can be … Continue reading

Posted in Excel, Maths, Newton, UDFs, VBA
Tagged Cubic, Evaluate polynomial, Excel, Jenkins-Traub, Quartic, Solve polynomial, UDF, VBA
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## Daily Download 19: Solving polynomials

Today’s download provides analytic solutions to polynomial equations up to fourth order (that is quadratic, cubic and quartic equations) and an iterative method to solve equations of higher order. All these functions are found in the download file: http://interactiveds.com.au/software/Polynomial.zip The … Continue reading

Posted in Excel, Maths, Newton, UDFs, VBA
Tagged Cubic, Evaluate polynomial, Excel, Jenkins-Traub, Quadratic, Quartic, Solve polynomial, UDF, VBA
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## Complex Numbers and Solving Quartic Polynomial Equations

It was recently pointed out to me that the User Defined Function (UDF) for solving quartic polynomial equations presented in this post returned an error for some input values. In tracking down the source of the error I decided that it … Continue reading

Posted in AlgLib, Excel, Maths, Newton, UDFs, VBA
Tagged complex numbers, Cubic, Excel, Polynomial, Quartic, UDF, VBA
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## Solving cubic and quartic equations with Excel

Although in earlier posts (such as this one) I have referred to some User Defined Functions (UDFs) for solving cubic and quartic equations, I just realised recently that I haven’t actually talked about them here, and since they are in … Continue reading