# computer algebra system

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## computer algebra system

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(computer science)
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Paper presented at the Computer Algebra Systems and Dynamic Geometry Systems in Mathematics Teaching Conference, Pecs, Hungary.
With regard to computer algebra, the mathematics team developed technology that could convert the types of problems involving trigonometric functions that often appear on entrance exams into a format where quantifier elimination could be applied to solve the problem, expanding the types of problems the solver could handle.
Keywords-: Euler characteristic of Milnor fibre, Hamburger-Noether expansion, Computer algebra system SINGULAR, Irreducible curve singularities.
The International Journal of Computer Algebra in Mathematics Education, 10(4), 265-278.
Keywords: Computer Algebra System Mathematica and Matlab mathematical science problem.
We can simply say that all these ingredients are available in the computer algebra system called Kenzo.
The publishing house said Modern Computer Algebra is a textbook that is widely regarded as the 'bible of computer algebra' and it provides a thorough introduction to the algorithmic basis of the mathematical engine in computer algebra systems, which are ubiquitous in all areas of science and engineering.
Lindsay (1999) assessed the choices made by students when confronted with questions that could be solved either with computer algebra system (CAS) or by traditional pencil-and-paper techniques.
Computer algebra system (CAS) technology is used in the classroom to aid in the development of properties and skills, and graphing calculators are used to complete assignments at home.
With the Computer Algebra System (CAS) TI-Nspire, which doesn't have a removable keyboard, students can evaluate and express numeric problems and variables symbolically.
They regularly fire up full-blown computer algebra systems to obtain a quick-and-dirty result that would have been very easy to reckon by pushing a few buttons on a calculator.
Example applications of an algorithm to determine whether a three-term recurrence equation has solutions in the Hahn class-implemented in the computer algebra system Maple-are given.

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