﻿ Definition of Quartic. Meaning of Quartic. Synonyms of Quartic

Definition of Quartic. Meaning of Quartic. Synonyms of Quartic

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Definition of Quartic

Quartic
Quartic Quar"tic, a. [L. quartus fourth.] (Mach.) Of the fourth degree.
Quartic
Quartic Quar"tic, n. (a) (Alg.) A quantic of the fourth degree. See Quantic. (b) (Geom.) A curve or surface whose equation is of the fourth degree in the variables.

Meaning of Quartic from wikipedia

- polynomial of degree four, called a quartic polynomial. Sometimes the term biquadratic is used instead of quartic, but, usually, biquadratic function...
- one of the following: Quartic function, a polynomial function of degree 4 Quartic curve, an algebraic curve of degree 4 Quartic reciprocity, a theorem...
- The quart (abbreviation qt.) is an English unit of volume equal to a quarter gallon. It is divided into two pints or (in the US) four cups. Historically...
- geometry, a quartic surface is a surface defined by an equation of degree 4. More specifically there are two closely related types of quartic surface: affine...
- second-smallest non-abelian simple group. The quartic was first described in (Klein 1878b). Klein's quartic occurs in many branches of mathematics, in contexts...
- mathematical field of graph theory, a quartic graph is a graph where all vertices have degree 4. In other words, a quartic graph is a 4-regular graph. Several...
- Quart is an imperial and US customary unit of volume. Quart may also refer to: Quart, a coin worth ​1⁄24 of a Gibraltarian real Quart Festival, a music...
- Quartal may refer to: Quartal harmony, music featuring chords built from fourths Quaternary numeral system, a system for representing numbers based on...
- In mathematics, the Burkhardt quartic is a quartic threefold in 4-dimensional projective space studied by Burkhardt (1890, 1891, 1892), with the maximum...
- of kernel functions are commonly used: uniform, triangle, Epanechnikov, quartic (biweight), tricube, triweight, Gaussian, quadratic and cosine. In the...