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 12222009, 12:57 AM #1Member
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quadratic equation whith Rational class
this is my quadratic equation code i need to make it give Rational numbers result:
Java Code:public static void main(String[]args){ // Create a Scanner Scanner input = new Scanner (System.in); // Prompt the user to enter three double intergers. System.out.print("Enter a:"); double a = input.nextDouble(); System.out.println("Enter b:"); double b = input.nextDouble (); System.out.println("Enter c:"); double c = input.nextDouble(); double discriminat = Math.pow(b,2)  4*a*c; double x1 = (b + Math.sqrt(discriminat))/(2*a); double x2 = (b  Math.sqrt(discriminat))/(2*a); double i=Math.sqrt(1); double x3 = (b + (Math.sqrt(Math.abs(discriminat))))/(2*a); double x4 = (b + (Math.sqrt(Math.abs(discriminat))))/(2*a); if (discriminat > 0 ){ System.out.println("there are two solutions:" +x1+"and"+x2); } else if (discriminat == 0){ System.out.println("The solutions is:"+x1); } else if (discriminat < 0){ System.out.println("The solutions are"+x3 + "i" + " and "+ x4 + "i"); } }}
Java Code:/************************************************************************* * Compilation: javac Rational.java * Execution: java Rational * * ADT for nonnegative Rational numbers. Barebones implementation. * Cancel common factors, but does not stave off overflow. Does not * support negative fractions. * * Invariant: all Rational objects are in reduced form (except * possibly while modifying). * * Remarks *  *  See * for a version that supports negative fractions and arbitrary * precision numerators and denominators. * * % java Rational * 5/6 * 1 * 28/51 * 17/899 * 0 * *************************************************************************/ public class Rational { private int num; // the numerator private int den; // the denominator // create and initialize a new Rational object public Rational(int numerator, int denominator) { if (denominator == 0) { throw new RuntimeException("Denominator is zero"); } int g = gcd(numerator, denominator); num = numerator / g; den = denominator / g; } // return string representation of (this) public String toString() { if (den == 1) { return num + ""; } else { return num + "/" + den; } } // return (this * b) public Rational times(Rational b) { return new Rational(this.num * b.num, this.den * b.den); } // return (this + b) public Rational plus(Rational b) { int numerator = (this.num * b.den) + (this.den * b.num); int denominator = this.den * b.den; return new Rational(numerator, denominator); } // return (1 / this) public Rational reciprocal() { return new Rational(den, num); } // return (this / b) public Rational divides(Rational b) { return this.times(b.reciprocal()); } /************************************************************************* * Helper functions *************************************************************************/ // return gcd(m, n) private static int gcd(int m, int n) { if (0 == n) return m; else return gcd(n, m % n); } /************************************************************************* * Test client *************************************************************************/ public static void main(String[] args) { Rational x, y, z; // 1/2 + 1/3 = 5/6 x = new Rational(1, 2); y = new Rational(1, 3); z = x.plus(y); System.out.println(z); // 8/9 + 1/9 = 1 x = new Rational(8, 9); y = new Rational(1, 9); z = x.plus(y); System.out.println(z); // 4/17 * 7/3 = 28/51 x = new Rational(4, 17); y = new Rational(7, 3); z = x.times(y); System.out.println(z); // 203/16957 * 9299/5887 = 17/899 x = new Rational(203, 16957); y = new Rational(9299, 5887); z = x.times(y); System.out.println(z); // 0/6 = 0 x = new Rational(0, 6); System.out.println(x); } }
 12222009, 09:04 AM #2
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I hope you realize that the square root of a (non negative) rational number can only be a rational number if the numerator and denumerator of the original rational number are perfect squares; otherwise the result is not a rational number.
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ok ill try to fix it somhow.
ill need to re write all of it whith rasional class somhow
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but that what i was asked to do to tell if thers one solution or two or none (they told us to use the rational class for some reason)
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ok so what do you think i shold do?(if i knew i would not have posted it)
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Don't try to solve those quadratic equations using rationals; stick to ordinary doubles and you'll be fine for the real numbers. Also read this link and pay special attention to the section that discusses numerical stability (near equation 14).
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