homogeneous polynomial

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a polynomial consisting of terms all of the same degree

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The entire algebraic form represents the movement of taken in Petri-net Traffic control system.
This is of particular concern to the teachers of introductory calculus, especially if such an introduction relies heavily on the algebraic form of functions.
The process then repeats until, eventually, the discrepancy is greater than s, at which time the assumption of the algebraic form is no longer considered valid and the desired r is obtained.
If the largest r + 1 observations fall in the upper tail region where the algebraic form assumption holds, then the variables i[V.sub.i] should in all respects behave like a random sample from an exponential distribution with parameter [alpha] for i=1, ..., r.
A monoid comprehension [direct sum]{ [e.sub.1] [] v [left arrow] [e.sub.2], [bar]r} that may appear at any point in a calculus form (including the ones inside other comprehensions) is translated into an algebraic form by [??[direct sum]{ [e.sub.1] [] [bar]r}[??.sub.v] [e.sub.2].
Algebraic forms can be displayed as operator trees in which the tree leaves are collections of objects (e.g., class extents) and the output of the tree root is the output of the algebraic form.
CAS use often changes the mathematical demand of a question from carrying out a procedure to matching an answer in a given algebraic form and this is very evident with trigonometric functions.
If we were to find this sum in figurative form, we need to find the general term that represents the algebraic form, which is [3n.spu.2] - 3n + 1.
They require the data to be collected then transformed into tabular, graphical, and algebraic forms so that students can describe, explain, and predict outcomes.
But does the problem originate in the mixture itself or the way that graphic and algebraic forms are mixed?
Chapter 1 sketches pre-Fregean debates concerning the legitimacy of concept expansion, pausing on a proposal by George Peacock, a nineteenth-century mathematician, that algebraic forms can "suggest" application beyond their domain.
The tables are organized in a logical manner with standard forms of integrands arranged in increasing order of complexity, ranging from algebraic forms to special functions and combinations.
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