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Finding relations between polynomials

Suppose I have a multivariate polynomial ring $A=\mathbb{R}[x_1,\ldots,x_n]$ and a set of $S=\{p_1, \ldots,p_k\}$ polynomials in $A$. Using this code (which works great) Dimension of an algebraic ...
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Finding common roots of a specific system of polynomials

Some of my colleges are interested in finding common zeros of the following four polynomials: ...
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Dimension of an algebraic variety

I would like to compute, using Groebner bases, the dimension of the variety defined by a set of polynomials in several variables. In the wikipedia page the method is described, and an implementation ...
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How to express the original ideal elements in the Groebner basis?

Suppose I call GroebnerBasis[{f1, f2, ...}, {x1,x2, ...}] The output is a list {g1,g2,...} For each $g_j$, there should be ...
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GroebnerBasis without specifying variables

All the examples in the Mathematica documentation specify that the syntax for the GroebnerBasis command is ...
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Gröbner basis on a particular set of equations

This question is very similar in gist to equation solving with GroebnerBasis, but hopefully when I say that I make the system a little larger I mean little. I have ...