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Any ideas what might be the cause? .
2. Does the R installation work on a Mac? .
I found a few forums and
and it seems that various problems occur when you try to open the automation studio or the B&R client.
In the background, the licence should be renewed.

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Q:

Polynomial of degree 2:Degree of cubic polynomial

If the degree of quadratic polynomial is greater than or equal to the degree of cubic polynomial, say degree of quadratic polynomial = $2x$ and degree of cubic polynomial = $3x$, is degree of cubics polynomial greater than or equal to degree of quadratic polynomial.
If not, how to prove that cubic polynomial is of degree lesser than degree of quadratic polynomial.
Thank you.

A:

$$p(x) = a_3x^3 + a_2x^2 + a_1x + a_0$$
One of its roots is $-a_2/a_3$, its second root is $-a_1/a_3$, and its third root is $-a_0/a_3$. You can see these easily by observing that $p(x) = a_3(x-a_2/a_3)(x-a_1/a_3)(x-a_0/a_3)$ and that

\begin{align}
x-a_2/a_3 &= -\frac{a_1}{a_3}-\frac{a_0}{a_3} &\text{by expanding }(x-a_2/a_3)(x-a_1/a_3)(x-a_0/a_3) \\

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