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The resultant

Like Euler products for number-theoretic functions, the resultant is one of those amazingly simple gadgets that you’d never imagine existed. ┬áGiven two polynomials f and g in a single variable, there is a number called the┬áresultant, denoted res(f,g), such that: … Continue reading

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