quartic

adjective
quar·tic | \ ˈkwȯr-tik \

Definition of quartic 

: of the fourth degree quartic equation

Other words from quartic

quartic noun

First Known Use of quartic

1856, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for quartic

Latin quartus fourth

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