1. Analysis of Arbitrary High Power Polynomials Based on Circular Logarithmic Equations

    Wang Yiping1, Zhou Ziyi2, Zhong Jie3, Wang Hongxuan4

    1. Quzhou City, Senior Engineer Engaged in Mathematics and Power Engineering Research and Teaching Zhejiang Quzhou 324000.
    2. No. 2 Middle School, Shengzhou, Zhejiang Province, Zhangzhou 324000.
    3. Sichuan Province,1st grade student, Department of Medicine and Life Sciences, Medical University, Chengdu 610000, China.
    4. Jiangshan Experimental High School, Zhejiang Province, Zhangzhou 324100, China.


    The mathematician Abel decided that it is impossible to have a root solution for five or more equations. This “impossible” theorem has been affecting today, and Galois uses set theory to solve more than five equations, called near-generation algebra. Mathematical methods of other nonlinear equations cannot avoid “error approximation.” Mathematicians expect an accurate solution to zero error in traditional mathematical calculations. Arbitrary polynomial (numerical, spatial, function, big data) equations (including calculus dynamics equation) are proposed.

    Under equilibrium (closed domain) conditions, the principle of relativity is transformed into: reciprocity, isomorphism, The unitary three is a norm-invariant, an abstract circular logarithmic equation with no specific element content. According to the polynomial coefficient and the known boundary conditions, the arithmetic operation of the logarithm of the circle is performed to realize the exact solution of the zero error.

    Keywords: high power polynomial, combination coefficient, average, norm invariance, circular logarithmic equation

    Pages: 405 – 412 | Full PDF Paper