Oct 31, 2012 Thread starter #1 D dwsmith Well-known member Feb 1, 2012 1,673 $\beta m^5 + m^2 + 1 =0$ How do I find the roots?

Oct 31, 2012 #2 alane1994 Active member Oct 16, 2012 126 Could you factor? The beta is throwing me a tad, and I imagine that is some of the difficulty of this problem.

Could you factor? The beta is throwing me a tad, and I imagine that is some of the difficulty of this problem.

Oct 31, 2012 Thread starter #3 D dwsmith Well-known member Feb 1, 2012 1,673 alane1994 said: Could you factor? The beta is throwing me a tad, and I imagine that is some of the difficulty of this problem. Click to expand... It isn't going to factor but I dont need to solve it anymore.

alane1994 said: Could you factor? The beta is throwing me a tad, and I imagine that is some of the difficulty of this problem. Click to expand... It isn't going to factor but I dont need to solve it anymore.