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Topic: Terrible algebraic system
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Robert Lewis

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Re: Terrible algebraic system
Posted: Feb 24, 2012 9:48 AM
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On Feb 24, 4:28 am, deltaquat...@gmail.com wrote:
> Hi Robert!
>
> Thanks for the help, but I have no idea what the Dixon resultant is. So I don't understand the symbols you used: what are pp, aa, uu and ll? From the names, I would guess they're minors of some matrix, related respectively to p, a, U and L...
>
> Sergio Rossi


Oh sorry. For technical reasons I changed the names of your
variables. a = aa, b = bb, U = uu, etc.

If you google Dixon resultant you will find an expository paper I once
wrote.



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