For those that don't know, the floor function which I will denote by [x] is the largest integer less than or equal to x so for example [6]=6, [8.7]=8 and [-4.3]=5. Solving equations using this function can be very interesting and there are often loads of ways to do it.

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## James33 1

For those that don't know, the floor function which I will denote by [x] is the largest integer less than or equal to x so for example [6]=6, [8.7]=8 and [-4.3]=5. Solving equations using this function can be very interesting and there are often loads of ways to do it.

An easier one to start off:

Solve -6x^2+[x^4]+19=0

This one is harder;

Solve [x^3]-x^2+6[x]=23

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