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It is a polynomial of degree 6 but after exapansion we can still find a way of relating this to the coefficients of the quartic.
PROBLEM 20. Rewrite the equation in terms of the coefficients of the original quartic. The resulting equation is a bicu- bic. Hint: try expanding (r-a)(x-a2)(-as) (x-aa) and squaring the linear and quadratic coefficients: you should be able to use these to translate the given equation with the s,s. Further hint: for the quadratic term, try a combination of the square of original quadratic coefficient and the constant coefficient and for the constant term consider the square of the original linear coefficient.

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