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- n. : The process of creating a list of factors.
- n. : An expression listing items that, when multiplied together, will produce a desired quantity.
- n. A list of factors.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In mathematics, the resolution into factors.
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- n. (mathematics) the resolution of an entity into factors such that when multiplied together they give the original entity
But, because of the view we have undertaken above, this factorization is not always possible.
Quantum computers can also efficiently solve certain mathematical problems, such as factorization, which are classically intractable, and can implement types of cryptography which are classically impossible.
I would just want to point out a bad choice of words in one of the first paragraphs: "(...) problems, such as factorization, which are classically intractable (...)".
Problem goes like this: All the stuff below the factorization scale like p-PDFs and structure functions are dependant on the renormalization scale and the Bjorkjen as well.
His repertoire included addition and subtraction as well as fractions, square roots and factorization.
I described about 4 different ways that it could be done and even created a tool to visualize quadratics factorization, but unless someone comments or e-mails me, I'm basically in the dark.
A factorization problem can be solved in a time loop so the closed timelike loop exists with the problem solved.
Then the lemma, together with Eq. (12), factorization condition Eq. (10), and the bounds on s and t stated prior to Eq.
April 15, 2008 at 5:05 pm hai! m nawt mixin sciences! trees r nawn-linear lists, luk kinda liek prime factorization, liek tis:
How aboy something that gives you the factors, multiples and prime factorization of what ever you type in?
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