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comment Why non-real means only the square root of negative?
@HansLundmark This was what I was seeking for. Thanks.
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revised process of $(a,b)R(c,d)\implies a\cdot b(b+c)=bc\cdot (a+d)$ being transistive relation..
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comment Why non-real means only the square root of negative?
I of course know what's the difference. Imaginary is the subset of complex and it's not my doubt either. Please read the complete question with patience.
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comment Why non-real means only the square root of negative?
@Alan can you explain some examples in a bit detail. Your efforts will be appreciated. Thanks :)
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comment Why non-real means only the square root of negative?
@JBKing Origin of Quaternion is something similar to square root of negative. Isn't it? Keep that function aside right now. I want to know it with some other functions.
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comment How to solve system of Differential Equations with 1 independent and 3 dependent variables
I don't know whether it'll help or not but terms can be simplified to $$\frac{B''(t)}{B(t)}+\frac{F''(t)}{F(t)}+\frac{B'(t)F'(t)}{B(t)F(t)}=0 ------- (1)$$ $$\frac{A''(t)}{A(t)}+\frac{F''(t)}{F(t)}+\frac{A'(t)F'(t)}{A(t)F(t)}=0 ------ (2)$$ From (1), (2) and your third equation, $$2\frac{F''(t)}{F(t)}+\frac{B'(t)F'(t)+A'(t)F'(t)}{A(t)F(t)}=0$$
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comment Bridge-crossing puzzle
Is that's a math question in any way? It's more like any analytical problem.
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comment Prove the given condition from given two quadratic equation
Thank you very much. It really helped me a lot.
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comment Prove the given condition from given two quadratic equation
Yep! Thank you very much. This was the very approach which I was seeking here, $$b^3+c^3+1-3bc=0$$ $$\implies (b+c+1)(b^2+c^2+1-bc-c-b)=0$$ now either $$b+c+1=0$$ or $$b^2+c^2+1=bc+b+c$$
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