factorisation


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Noun1.factorisation - (mathematics) the resolution of an entity into factors such that when multiplied together they give the original entity
resolving, resolution - analysis into clear-cut components
math, mathematics, maths - a science (or group of related sciences) dealing with the logic of quantity and shape and arrangement
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fattorizzazione
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a specific form of factorisation within the school mathematics
Speck, A factorisation procedure for two by two matrix functions on the circle with two rationally independent entries, Proc.
Zdunek, "Multilayer nonnegative matrix factorisation," Electronics Letters, vol.
Bezivin, Factorisation de polynomes, unpublished manuscript (in French), 2008, available at http://jp.bezivin.pagesperso-orange.fr/
One application of the formula (1) is finding the prime factorisation of a "big" factorial.
There are a range of related Demonstrations (dynamic pre-developed Mathematica files) available from Wolfram Research that use this functionality to illustrate aspects of mathematics such as divisibility networks, the Sieve or Eratosthenes, prime factorisation or the distribution of primes (see: http://demonstrations.
Many students have traditionally found the processes of algebraic manipulation, especially factorisation, difficult to learn.
Example 3 is a problem-solving exercise in which factorisation is involved.
Many secondary mathematics teachers find it a challenge to teach factorisation of quadratic expressions to students who have weak foundations in algebra.
MQM Pakistan has legitimate mandate in Karachi and we respected their mandate and their continuous alleging each other will not be beneficial for anyone but more factorisation will make mohajir community more weaker and powerless.
Objective: Data is often available in matrix form, in which columns are samples, and processing of such data often entails finding an approximate factorisation of the matrix in two factors.
Lyashko-Looijenga morphisms and submaximal factorisations of a Coxeter element.