CoNteSt up up up etad date$$$ show your polynomial writing skill!!!
- Chris Caldwell won the initial Prize...but
"The contest however will remain open, and I
will smash my backup piggybank to replenish
the prize, because what I really wanted was
a tidy polynomial in one variable to send
home to mum. I want a polynomial of less
than ten degrees, preferably seven, of the form
ax^7 + bx^6 + cx^5 + dx^4 + ex^3 + fx^2 + gx + h,
or something similar "
I am now raising the prize to $91.91 and the
acceptable degree of polynomial to 91.
If somebody can really write out a polynomial with
the proper output of that degree they deserve to win
something. I am now starting to call my procedure
an "alternative polynomial form", better in many respects
to 100+ degree polynomials with the same output.