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10 Equations in One Unknown* Roots of an Equation An equation containing a single variable x will in general be true for some values of x and false for other values Any value of x for which the equation is true is called a root of the equation To solve an equation means to nd all its roots Any root of an equation, when substituted therein for x, will satisfy 1)2 x2 the equation An equation which is true for all values of x, like (x 2 2 2x 1, is called an identity [often written (x 1) x 2x 1] Types of Equations 1 Algebraic equations Of the rst degree (linear), eg, 2x 6 0 (root: x 3) 2 2x 3 0 (roots: 1, 3) Of the second degree (quadratic), eg, x 3 2 6x 5x 12 0 (roots: 1, 3, 4) Of the third degree (cubic), eg, x 2 Transcendental equations 32 (no real root) Exponential equations, eg, 2x 32 (root: x 5); 2x Trigonometric equations, eg, 10 sinx sin3x 3 (roots: 30 , 150 ) Equations of First Degree These are linear equations Solution: Collect all the b, where a and b are terms involving x on one side of the equation, thus: ax known numbers Then divide through by the coef cient of x, obtaining x b / a as the root Equations of Second Degree These are quadratic equations Solution: Throw the equation into the standard form ax2 bx c 0 Then the two roots are x1 b b2 2a 4ac x2 b b2 2a 4ac The roots are real and distinct, coincident, or imaginary, according as b2 4ac is x2 b / a; the product positive, zero, or negative The sum of the roots is x1 of the roots is x1x2 c / a px q, and plot the Graphical solution: Write the equation in the form x2 parabola y1 x2, and the straight line y2 px q The abscissas of the points of intersection will be the roots of the equation If the line does not cut the parabola, the roots are imaginary Equations of Third Degree The general cubic equation x3 bx2 cx d 0 y b / 3) to the form y3 vy w 0, where is reducible (substitute x v (3c b2) / 3 and w (2b3 9bc 27d) / 27 The roots of the reduced equation are * This section is in part taken from Ref 1, Marks Standard Handbook for Mechanical Engineers, 9th 1987 Used by permission of McGrawed, by E A Avallone and T Baumeister III (cds) Copyright Hill, Inc All rights reserved

