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General Theory of Algebraic Equations by Etienne Bézout, Eric Feron

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Book One

SECTION I

About complete polynomials and complete equations

(29.) Any polynomial that contains only one unknown x can be represented in general by -179851785, where T is the highest degree of x and a, b, c, etc. are arbitrary coefficients.

Likewise, any equation in one unknown can generally be represented by -179851385.

However, the large number of terms that can enter polynomials and equations, as their degree and the number of unknowns increases, requires us to represent these as compactly as possible. We first present the various notations that we propose ...

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