# resultant

ENWResultant

- In mathematics, the resultant of two polynomials is a polynomial expression of their coefficients, which is equal to zero if and only if the polynomials have a common root (possibly in a field extension), or, equivalently,
- The resultant is widely used in number theory, either directly or through the discriminant, which is essentially the resultant of a polynomial and its derivative.
- The resultant of n homogeneous polynomials in n variables or multivariate resultant, sometimes called Macaulay's resultant, is a generalization of the usual resultant introduced by Macaulay.

FR résultant

- NounPLresultantsPREré-SUF-ant
- anything that results from something else; an outcome.
- (mathematics) a vector that is the vector sum of multiple vectors.

- anything that results from something else; an outcome.
- Adjective
- following as a result or consequence of something.

- following as a result or consequence of something.
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**resultant**amplificons (about 1.4 kb) were then ligated upstream to the pSB1C3 vector containing an RFP reporter and transformed to competent cells carrying HrpRS AND gate modules in pSB4A5.

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## Definition of __resultant__ in English Dictionary

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