﻿ Definition of Sextic. Meaning of Sextic. Synonyms of Sextic

# Definition of Sextic. Meaning of Sextic. Synonyms of Sextic

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## Definition of Sextic

Sextic
Sextic Sex"tic, a. [L. sextus sixth.] (Math.) Of the sixth degree or order. -- n. (Alg.) A quantic of the sixth degree.

## Meaning of Sextic from wikipedia

- In algebra, a ****tic (or hexic) polynomial is a polynomial of degree six. A ****tic equation is a polynomial equation of degree six—that is, an equation...
- of double points found by Wolf Barth (1996). Two examples are the Barth ****tic of degree 6 with 65 double points, and the Barth decic of degree 10 with...
- In mathematics, Wiman's ****tic is a degree 6 plane curve with four nodes studied by Anders Wiman (1896). It is given by the equation (in homogeneous coordinates)...
- In geometry, Cayley's ****tic (****tic of Cayley, Cayley's ****tet) is a plane curve, a member of the sinusoidal spiral family, first discussed by Colin Maclaurin...
- In mathematics, an affine algebraic plane curve is the zero set of a polynomial in two variables. A projective algebraic plane curve is the zero set in...
- other words, it is a polynomial of degree seven. If a = 0, then f is a ****tic function (b ≠ 0), quintic function (b = 0, c ≠ 0), etc. The equation may...
- The numerous singular points of the Barth ****tic are the solutions of a polynomial system...
- all terms have even degree, biquadratic) Degree 5 – quintic Degree 6 – ****tic (or, less commonly, hexic) Degree 7 – septic (or, less commonly, heptic)...
- In mathematics, the Wirtinger plane ****tic curve, studied by Wirtinger, is a degree 6 genus 4 plane curve with double points at the 6 vertices of a complete...
- 7, 8, 9, 10 are sometimes called quadrics, cubic, quartics, quintics, ****tics, septics or septimics, octics or octavics, nonics, and decics or decimics...