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Symmetric Polynomials

Can anyone please explain to me in a simple manner what symmetric polynomials are and what are the Newton's Identities with respect to these? If you have any good source from where i can study these, please tell me. P.S.- I do not know anything about group theory.!

Note by Mridul Sachdeva
4 years, 5 months ago

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Symmetric polynomials may be those who follow some definite symmetry in there powers,,,,,,,,, Like the symmetry can be either in A.P., G.P., or other progression or series,,,,,,,,,

Shiv Anshu - 4 years, 5 months ago

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