# Quartic Equation Calculator

Calculate the roots for given equation. The quartic equations are those equations that have highest exponent is 4, means as an equation of degree 4 as follows:

ax

^{4}+ bx

^{3}+ cx

^{2}+ dx + e = 0, where a, b, c and d are the coefficients and e is constants.

For example, ax

^{4}+ bx

^{3}+ cx

^{2}+ dx + e = 0 is a quartic equation where a=1, b=2, c=-41, d=-42 and e=360

^{4} + |

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x_{4}: |