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INTRODUCT ION TO COMPUTATIONAL MATHEM ATICS
In mathematics an equation is an expression of the shape A = B, where A and B are expressions containing one or several variables called unknowns.
An algebraic equation or polynomial equation is an equation in which both sides are polynomials
A system of polynomial equations is a set of simultaneous equations f1 = 0, …, fh = 0 where the fi are polynomials in several variables, say x1, …, xn, over some field k.
Mathematical statement of equality between algebraic expressions. An expression is algebraic if it involves a finite combination of numbers and variables and algebraic operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, raising to a power, and extracting a root). Two important types of such equations are linear equations, in the form y = ax + b, and quadratic equations, in the form y = ax2 + bx + c. A solution is a numerical value that makes the equation a true statement when substituted for a variable. In some cases it may be found using a formula; in others the equation may be rewritten in simpler form.