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quan·tic

 (kwŏn′tĭk)
n.
A homogeneous polynomial having two or more variables.

[Latin quantus, how much; see quantity + -ic.]

quantic

(ˈkwɒntɪk)
n
(Mathematics) maths a homogeneous polynomial in two or more variables with constant coefficients
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Noun1.quantic - a homogeneous polynomial having at least two variables
homogeneous polynomial - a polynomial consisting of terms all of the same degree
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