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*Post by bassam king karzeddin*How can one obtain the real irrational root of this Quintic polynomial (x^5 - x - 1 = 0), but not in rational number form

This question had been asked at Quora and seems that immediately was frozen by the professional mathematicians for very big reasons that they never wanted the innocent students to know about it at all, for sure

However, they had never learned yet that obvious and very simple facts can't be hidden by a spider's threads anymore, otherwise why the scientists and engineers had already made it very easy world communications? wonder!

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Bassam King Karzeddin

Dec. 6th, 2017

Look closely at this non-solvable Diaphontine Eqn. (n^5 = m^5 + nm^4), and divide this Eqn. by m^5, then you get easily a rational non-solvable polonomial of this form ((n/m)^5 - (n/m) - 1 = 0), now let (x = (n/m)) and substitute, you get the following non-solvable rational polonomial (x^5 - x - 1 = 0)

And why do I claim this polynomial is so simply rational because any solution provided would be so simply rational number no matter how many digits you are able to provide, and the form of your alleged rational solution (n/m) would be as

this:[N(k)/10^k], where (n = N(k)) is integer with (k + 1) digits in 10base numer system, and (m = 10^k)

Now it is quite too simple to check any alleged root, not of this inevitable form,

But, since mathematicians claim this root must be with an infinite sequence of digits, then you require defining the integer N(K) with an infinite sequence of digits where this is first: impossible achievement task, second: impossible acceptance of existence from the holy grail principles of mathematics, third: an impossible solution to our original non-solvable Diophantine Eqn.

So, after learning all those so easy tricks, can't you simply comprehend that numbers with endless terms or endless missing digits are impossible existence? wonder!

Would you still argue stubbornly against a non-solvable Diaphontine Eqn.? wonder! (Where you simply claim so but without your awareness, sure)

Then why not you claim there is an integer solution to Fermat's Last Theorem? wonder! since they are the same core principles of number theory

But I do appreciate that absolute fact are generally so painful for so many beginners with high skills of calculations since it reveals the absolute truth before a layperson's eyes, so admit the truth by saying no irrational solution doesn't exist nor we can construct it exactly because simply it is not there but only as a well-established illusion in your minds, for sure

Now, one might ask, what about the other four roots, then I must point him immediately to read my many articles already were PUBLISHED about those many similar fictional stories that were planted into your heads, where the range of fictionality is so HUGE and so unbelievable and indeed, it needs few thousands of many independent thinkers to uncover the absolute and physiological truths behind them, sure

In short, no roots at all for this polynomial (x^5 - x - 1 = 0), and forget about the graph OR the curve that must cross the (X-axis) at some point, or (+/-) concepts, or imaginary or complex roots, or the artificial continuity based on Epsilon, Delta DISTANCES, or infinity concept itself, ....

Folks of sci.math are more lucky to have all those mere facts before them since this truly a very rare event as true history and never one man show fabricated history of mathematics we were used to

So, don't stay behind and let those astray old mathematicians guide you anymore, just go to that well-guarded site as SE, and invade it till they surrender to the absolute facts

I do have still many surprising facts and true theorems that never require any definition, decision, or even require our own existence

And this revolution of human mind, wouldn't necessarily stay at the mathematical house, but it will soon expand to all other branches of sciences and all other walks of life against salvation to the pure ignorant

Regards

Bassam King Karzeddin

Dec. 10th, 2017