
Definition of Biquadratic polynomial
1. Noun. A polynomial of the fourth degree.
Generic synonyms: Multinomial, Polynomial
Derivative terms: Biquadratic
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Biquadratic Polynomial
Literary usage of Biquadratic polynomial
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1. Elementary Functions and Applications by Arthur Sullivan Gale, Charles William Watkeys (1920)
"Algebraic Functions Rational • Irrational Integral Fractional Linear Quadratic
Cubic biquadratic polynomial f Exponential „. Logarithmic 2. ..."
2. Report of the Annual Meeting (1847)
"we find some interesting remarks on the forms assumed by the general transcendent
when the biquadratic polynomial in the denominator has four real roots. ..."
3. The Mathematical and Other Writings of Robert Leslie Ellis by Robert Leslie Ellis, Harvey Goodwin (1863)
"we find some interesting remarks on the forms assumed by the general transcendent
when the biquadratic polynomial in the denominator has four real roots. ..."
4. Report by British Association for the Advancement of Science (1847)
"we find some interesting remarks on the forms assumed by the general transcendent
when the biquadratic polynomial in the denominator has four real roots. ..."