eliminant definition

  • noun:
    • resultant
    • the consequence of getting rid of n variables between n homogeneous equations of every degree; -- labeled as also resultant.
    • In math, a function of this coefficients of every range homogeneous equations one of the same wide range of unknown volumes, in a way that the vanishing from it is the needed and adequate problem for the equations becoming consistent with each other.
    • In medicine, a realtor which stimulates excretion.
    • resultant
    • The result of eliminating n variables between letter homogeneous equations of any level; -- labeled as in addition resultant.
    • In mathematics, a function of this coefficients of every number of homogeneous equations on the list of same amount of as yet not known quantities, such that the vanishing of it could be the needed and enough problem of the equations being consistent with each other.
    • In medicine, an agent which promotes removal.

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