### Definition of Polynomials

1. Noun. (plural of polynomial) ¹

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### Definition of Polynomials

1. polynomial [n] - See also: polynomial

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### Lexicographical Neighbors of Polynomials

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### Literary usage of Polynomials

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1. The Elements of the Theory of Algebraic Numbers by Legh Wilber Reid (1910)
"If a polynomial f(x) be a multiple, mod p, of two or more polynomials <f,l(.x),<f,,(x}, ... Unit and Associated polynomials with Respect to a Prime Modulus. ..."

2. Algebra: First Course by Edith Long, William Charles Brenke (1913)
"Rules for Adding and Subtracting polynomials. (1) To add two polynomials, add like terms, each term to be taken with the sign before it. ..."

3. Elementary Algebra by Herbert Ellsworth Slaught, Nels Johann Lennes (1915)
"ADDITION AND SUBTRACTION OF polynomials Addition of polynomials. ... In adding polynomials the work may be arranged conveniently by placing similar terms in ..."

4. Linear Systems Theory and Introductory Algebraic Geometry by Robert Hermann (1974)
"of polynomials in (nl) indeterminates - is very important for algebraic geometry. This result motivates a standard assumption we shall make later on when we ..."

5. The Geometric Theory of Ordinary Differential Equations and Algebraic Functions by Georges Valiron (1984)
"These polynomials were studied by Laguerre in the case 1 = 1 and by ... 118 - Hermite polynomials The Hermite polynomials H(s) are associated with a second ..."

6. The Boston Colloquium Lectures on Mathematics by Edward Burr Van Vleck, Henry Seely White, Frederick Shenstone Woods (1905)
"On Series of polynomials and of Rational Fractions, In the last two lectures ... The literature relating directly or indirectly to series of polynomials and ..."