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Re: Factoring a polynomial with many variables

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  • Date: Fri, 15 Feb 2013 01:57:28 -0500 (EST)
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I ment factorizing over complex numbers, and I did not mean how to do it in Mathematica, thank you for the information, the name of the algorithm is good to know.
If Mathematica does that it is good to know.
I am a hobbyist (although phd in theoretical physics, or more
specifically mathematical physics) and use open source applications.
I cannot afford Mathematica, although I can use it (perhaps) in the library.  

tiistai, 12. helmikuuta 2013 10.23.11 UTC+2 topi... at yahoo.com kirjoitti:
> Is there a way to factor a polynomial in many variables. I have not studied
> 
> algebraic geometry, or Buchberger algorithm.




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