separable polynomial

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separable polynomial

[′sep·rə·bəl ‚päl·i′nō·mē·əl]
(mathematics)
A polynomial with no multiple roots.
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2] [member of] Q are two distinct roots of P, then the condition of the theorem implies that [[lambda].
Rafflesia flowers are unique in that they are entirely parasitic on the roots and stems of specific Tetrastigma vines in the forests and have no distinct roots, stems, or leaves of their own, explained coauthor, professor Edwino S.
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The root may appear as a single, fused root or as two distinct roots with a communication.
n are the distinct roots of the equation P([omega]) = 0.
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Let f and g be two non-constant meromorphic functions sharing (oo, 0) and suppose a1 and a2 are two distinct roots of the equation
The difference in number of sign changes is the number of distinct roots between a and b.
It seems less likely that the secondary tooth is the result of gemination because it has distinct roots and a relatively distinct crown, indicating that it has its own pulp cavity.
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r] are the distinct roots of f, c [not equal to] 0 is a constant, and the positive integers [m.
It must also be remembered that b cannot be zero because the characteristic equation would not have two distinct roots.