Solving Cubic Equations with Curly Roots

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A nonstandard function, the curly root, is used in an alternative approach to solve cubic equations.

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Dan Kalman, kalman@american.edu, formerly worked as an applied mathematician in the aerospace industry and teaches mathematics at American University in Washington, DC.

Maurice Burke, Maurice.Burke@utsa.edu, has recently retired from Montana State University and The University of Texas at San Antonio. He continues to remain interested and involved in mathematics education and, of course, Mathematics Teacher.

(Corresponding author is Kalman kalman@american.edu)
(Corresponding author is Burke Maurice.Burke@utsa.edu)
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