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Find more relationships with LatticeReduce

If we limit vec to four elements and test all possible sublist we get more results. ...
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Converting an algebric expression into a matrix form

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Converting an algebric expression into a matrix form

In your case solution seems don't exist. One could try it as follows. ...
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Converting an algebric expression into a matrix form

I think CoefficientArrays is what you are after. I start by putting in your expression and defining two vectors of coefficients. ...
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How can I construct this matrix?

n = 5; Table[RotateRight[Range[n], i], {i, 0, n - 1}] // MatrixForm ...
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