Fermat

[n] - French mathematician who founded number theory
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Fermat

Pierre de Fermat noun French mathematician who founded number theory; contributed (with Pascal) to the theory of probability (1601-1665)
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Fermat

[computer algebra system] The polynomial gcd procedures, which call each other in a highly recursive manner, are about 7000 lines of code. To help implement the Dixon resultant technique, special features have been added to the determinant function. These provide a dramatic increase in the speed of resultant calculations with systems of pol...
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Fermat

[crater] Fermat is a lunar impact crater located to the west of the Rupes Altai escarpment. To the west-southwest is the larger crater Sacrobosco, and to the southwest is the irregular Pons. It is 39 kilometers in diameter and two kilometers deep. The rim of Fermat is worn and somewhat irregular, but still possesses an outer rampart. The no...
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