- Volume 26 Issue 2_3
The history of finding solutions of linear equations went back to some thousand years ago, and has been steadily developed to solve systems of higher degree polynomials. The method to eliminate variables came into use around the 17th and 18th century. This technique has been extended to the resultant theory that was laid in the 19th century by outstanding mathematicians as Euler, Sylvester, and B
resultant;nonlinear system of polynomials
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