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27-Polynomial Roots

posted Oct 9, 2011, 6:40 AM by Gregory Taylor   [ updated Mar 14, 2017, 6:41 AM ]

"In the beginning, it was chaos," QT explained. "So Polynomial Parents, like Lyn, Para, Cubi and myself were designed. To manage individual expressions of the same degree."

"Hey, we even got the power to transform and become those expressions as needed," Cubi continued, resting her arm over the back of her chair.

"But it wasn't enough. So inverse and reciprocal functions were added," Root chimed in. "Of course, all of us could only stretch/compress, reflect/flip or translate/slide."

"Yep, rotation causes loss of functionality," Reci agreed.

Maud nodded. "I'm aware... kind of a parent myself. Were Conics made to allow rotation then?"

"I think they were made to demonstrate eccentricity," Root grumbled. He began to speak in a higher tone. "Ooh, look, I have an xy term, I'm so special..."  Reci shot him a look of annoyance.

"Hey, Elly and Hyper were found to be necessary," Cubic cut in. "Trouble was, they had twice Para's power, and quickly tried to exert it."

"Claimed our functionality was holding Para back," QT said, looking downcast. "Said that she kept falling over because, deep down, she was on her side. Er, their side. That is, on her side she's on their side." QT sighed.