from the combination of two or more agents: a resultant force.
a determinant the entries of which
are the coefficients of each of two polynomials in a specified arrangement and the value of which determines whether the polynomials have a common factor.
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Origin: 1400–50; late Middle English: Related forms
sum, noun use of Latin resultant-
(stem of resultāns
), present participle of resultāre.