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algebraic function

n
(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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In the text, algebraic functions are used side by side to help develop conceptual thinking skills, with emphasis on model formulation and interpretation rather than on algorithms.
and these algebraic functions are easily determined since the kernel is a quadratic:
Because students have more experience with algebraic functions and their properties, building an understanding of the unique characteristics of the logarithmic and exponential functions can be challenging.
Such curves ate induced by algebraic functions fields obtained from elementary abelian p-extensions of the rational function field [F.
There are a number of specialized integrators for handling elliptic integrals, integrals of algebraic functions, and integrals involving special functions, etc.
95 per volume) for students in grades 7 through 12 that provides basic instruction in the use of algebraic functions including linear, quadratic and exponential expressions.
nn] contain as a main element an algebraic functions of a second degree, which is in the symmetric case [lambda] = 1 the rather simply constructed function [g.
census data, investigated problems involving compounded interest, and discussed possible connections between a new business's advertising expenditures and their sales, thereby using linear, quadratic, exponential, logarithmic, periodic, rational, and algebraic functions.
However, each BEM equation will have a larger number of algebraic functions than a corresponding FEM problem.
In order to introduce calculus gently to high school students and college students outside of conventional mathematics and sciences, Range presents an elementary approach to derivatives for algebraic functions that completely avoids limits.
Since then, there has been much use of algebraic functions in combinatorics, see e.

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