algebraic function


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algebraic function

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(Mathematics) maths any function which can be constructed in a finite number of steps from the elementary operations and the inverses of any function already constructed. Compare transcendental function
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If a(S) = 1, there is an algebraic reduction of S, a fibration [PI] : S [right arrow] B such that B is an algebraic curve and such that any meromorphic function on S is the pullback by n of an algebraic function on B.
For high school students, math concepts will be applied to concepts in science, business problems or daily life, rather than just learning how to plug numbers into an algebraic function.
An algebraic function in an indeterminate X , with coefficients in R , in the form of nth degree is called a polynomial .
In the advance finite dimensional algebraic function approximation technique in eigenvalue problems of lossless metallic guides filled with anisotropic and inhomogeneous media, to exact analysis in infinite dimensions, properties of the linear operator in infinite dimensions corresponding to Maxwell's equations have been investigated [7].
Key words: Finite Fields, Algebraic Curves, Algebraic Function Fields, Elementary Abelian p-Extensions, Rational Points.
To get intuitive ideas and understanding of the problem at hand, we consider here, explicitly, a simple algebraic function in three variables, and examine the behaviour of the agency, that is, how a change in the costs of input will affect the situation, or if the demand of the services undergoes some changes.
When we multiply and divide the integrand by sec(x), the substitution u=sec(x) produces the integral of the algebraic function
Let then the algebraic function y = y (z) be defined by
Artin works through the theory of valuation, local class field theory, the elements of algebraic number theory and the theory of algebraic function fields of one variable.
Each cell in a BEM mesh is described as a high-level algebraic function, permitting great detail (see "The Boundary Element Method Extends the Limits of Analysis," January, 1993).
3 Closed form for coefficient of algebraic function
Applicat ion of the Cagniard-de Hoop method requires a detailed discussion of the structure of a moderately complicated algebraic function accompanying the transform of the integration path.

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