Sturm's theorem

noun \ˈstu̇rmz-\

Definition of Sturm's theorem

  1. :  a theorem by which the number and position of the real roots between given limits of an algebraic equation are determined

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Origin and Etymology of sturm's theorem

after Jacques Charles François Sturm †1855 French mathematician

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