# Bug: Root[] and Roots[]

- Author:
- Ryan Hirst

Drag the blue handles to make one, two, or all three of the red roots disappear.

Notes:

- Root[], which works, doesn't recognize polynomials as polynomials. Proof:
Type a polynomial in the input bar. GGB correctly recognizes this as what kind of object? Press the button. (giggle) The proof is complete. - Slumberland has tricked GGB into accepting the polynomial anyway. How?

*To find the real roots of a 3rd degree polynomial**To find the real roots of the trigonometric polynomials which arise from the intersection of conic sections.**To find all roots (real and complex) of a polynomial of degree n (coefficents real or complex).*Since Slumberland breaks all the tools in Geogebra by trying to solve elementary mathematical problems in an ordinary way, he is in the middle of setting up and solving a very great number of problems whose solutions are, at present, a total blank to him. Good. Onward If this documentation bothers you, please consider letting me make books private.