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Topic review - Vector space and it s elements
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  Post subject:  Re: Vector space and it s elements  Reply with quote
Since it doesnt seem possible to do so, is there a way to calculate the minimal polynomial of let s say x over K(x^2) in singular?
Post Posted: Sat Apr 18, 2015 1:22 pm
  Post subject:  Vector space and it s elements  Reply with quote
Hello,

can u define a vector space in Singular and determine if x is an element of it?

For example take the vector space V=span{x^2,y^2} over a field K and determine if x+y is an element of V.


I really dont know if I m just failing to find the obvious word in the manual.


Thx in advance
Post Posted: Wed Mar 25, 2015 7:29 pm


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