# Tagged Questions

Questions about the set of values at which a given function evaluates to zero. For questions about "square roots", "cube roots", and such, consider using the (radicals) and (arithmetic) tag. For questions about roots of Lie algebras, use the (lie-algebra) tag instead.

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### Monotonic roots

Consider we have a stricktly increasing positive sequence $\lambda_n$ and the following sixth order algebraic equation for every $n\in \mathbb{N}$, $$\zeta s^6-s^4+\lambda_n^2=0,$$ where $\zeta$ is a ...
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### Is there an application to NOT assuming that a square root is positive?

Further to the question here:Why is the even root of a number always positive? If it is mere "convention" (agreement) that we use positive real numbers as the even-powered-roots of positive real ...
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### Roots of the equation $x^2+1=0$ in $\Bbb Z/p^{n}\Bbb Z$

Let $p$ be an odd prime number and $n$ be a positive integer. I want to consider roots of the equation $x^{2}+1=0$ in the ring $\Bbb Z/p^{n}\Bbb Z$. Suppose $n=1$. Find a condition on $p$ such ...
Suppose that $f(z,w)$ is a non-constant polynomial in $z,w$ with coefficients in $\mathbb{C}$. Fix $z$, we define $p(w)=f(z,w)$. From Liouville's theorem, we know that $p(w)=0$ is solvable for $w$, ...
### To find root of $x^n+1=0$ [duplicate]
If $\alpha_1,\alpha_n, ....\alpha_n$ be the roots of the equation $x^n+1=0$, then $(1-\alpha_1)(1-\alpha_2)...(1-\alpha_n)$ is equal to a) 1. b) 0 c)n d)2 when I put n=3,and directly evalutae ...