Definitions for quinticˈkwɪn tɪk
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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
(adj.)of the fifth degree.
(n.)a quantity of the fifth degree.
Origin of quintic:
1850–55; < L quīnt(us)fifth+ -ic
a quintic polynomial: ax+bx+cx+dx+ex+f
Of or relating to the fifth degree, such as a quintic polynomial which has the form ax+bx+cx+dx+ex+f (containing a term with the independent variable raised to the fifth power).
Origin: Latin quint-us, 'fifth' and -ic, 'of pertaining to'.
of the fifth degree or order
a quantic of the fifth degree. See Quantic
QUINTIC Corp., a fabless semiconductor company, provides low-power wireless connectivity solutions for consumer electronics, and personal computers and their peripherals. It designs single-chip stereo FM receivers, transceivers, and transmitters for cell phones, MP3 players, portable radios, GPS personal navigation devices, portable audio/video players, and automotive accessories. The company markets its products through distributors in China, Taiwan, Korea, Singapore, Malaysia, and the United Kingdom. QUINTIC Corp. was founded in 2005 and is based in Santa Clara, California.
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