The art of manipulating an algebraic expression into the desired form.

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Speed up MinimalPolynomial

My Mathematica code runs slowly MinimalPolynomial[Sqrt[2] + Sqrt[3]+ Sqrt[5]+ Sqrt[7]+ Sqrt[11]+ Sqrt[13], x] runs slowly, but the Maple version ...
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Simplifying an expression given a known variable relation

I am wondering if there is a way to simplify an algebraic expression given a known variable equation using Mathematica. For instance, I wish to simplify an expression for the heat change in a process: ...
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Apart may use Padé method: what's that?

How does Apart work? The page tutorial/SomeNotesOnInternalImplementation#7441 says, "Apart ...
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Transform an expression to remove the singularity

I have the expression Sin[c x]/c. Clearly it is undefined at $c=0$, but that is merely a removable singularity, since $$\frac{\sin(cx)}c=x\frac{\sin(cx)}{cx}= ...
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Do a gauge transformation for a Chern-Simons theory?

Suppose we have the following Lagrangian density: $$ L=\epsilon^{\mu\nu\rho}\big(\sum_a A^a_{\mu}(x) \partial_\nu A^a_{\rho}(x)-\sum_{a,b,c}\frac{1}{3} f^{bca} A^a_{\mu}(x) A^b_{\nu}(x) ...
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Solving recursion relations using Mathematica

I want to solve the recursion relation given in equation 2.7(a/b) on page $6$ of this paper. (..the initial seed is $F_1 = G_1 = 1$ and the functions $\alpha$ and $\beta$ are defined on page $5$ in ...
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Cyclic Noncommutative Multiplication

I work with traces of long matrix products and I want mathematica to employ the cyclicity when simplifying. I use this redefinition of the non-commutative multiplication: ...
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Use of Mathematica to put equation into vector form

Is there a way to put the following equation of a line into vector form using Mathematica (or a Mathematical package)? $\displaystyle ...
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Giving hints to Integrate

I working with the integral ...
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Transform Root objects into Trigonometric expressions

Consider the Root objects roots = Table[Root[-1 + 27 #1^2 - 162 #1^4 + 243 #1^6 &, i],{i,1,6}] These can be expressed in terms trigonometric functions as ...
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How to make noncommutative multiplication agree with commutative multiplication

I need a noncommutative multiplication that is Associative Distributive $A**0=0$, $A**1=A$ Agrees with the commutative multiplication ($A**(k B)=(k A)**B=k (A**B)$) I have found a code ...
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Define inverse for the custom operator

I want to define simple matrix algebra (inspired by the following posts: Block Matrix Algebra with Mathematica ; How to define custom operators ). I assume the funtion ...
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Multivariate resultant in Mathematica?

Is there any command in Mathematica 7 which can compute the (McCaulay) resultant of a parametric system of multivariate polynomial equations? In fact, it would be great if there is also a way to ...
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Rearranging 5 equations

I am trying to rearrange 5 equations in terms of 5 variables. I have the equations for y1, y2, ...
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Using one complicated equation to reduce another

(Relative noob here so don't assume much!) I need to use a vector equation (with $N-1$ entries) in the general form $y_j(x_{i,j},x_{i,j+1},x_{i,j-1})=0, i=1...3, j=1...N-1; x_{i,0}=x_{i,N}=0$, ...
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Ordering oscillators with negative powers: Infinite loops

I have been working with ordering of oscillators for example $[a,a^\dagger]=1$ and I have a fairly stable code. I have needed to use inverse oscillators for example expressions like $a^m ...
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Algebraic condition from a non linear equation

I have got a system of equations which look like this: $\theta_{1}^{2}e^{\phi_{1}\cos(\Omega z)}\tilde{w}\cos^{2}(\theta_{1}\sin\Omega z)\sin^{2}\Omega z+\frac{1-\lambda\cos(2\theta_{1}\sin\Omega ...
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Unexpected result from InverseFunction

Given the following two equivalent inverse functions, why does one simplify (using inverse functions that are acceptable to me) and the other doesn't? Is there an assumption or setting I can give ...