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simple extension

noun, Mathematics
1.
an extension field of a given field, obtained by forming all polynomials in a specified element with coefficients contained in the given field.
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  • In the countries of Saala and Eisenberg we have a simple extension of the Carinthians.

    The Ethnology of Europe Robert Gordon Latham
  • By an easy and simple extension the word came to designate not only the jamb but the wall of which the jamb was a part.

  • But this condition would have been attained by the simple extension of the Jewish Theism.

    Studies of Christianity James Martineau
  • The intermediate pauses are shortened, in which accumulation works as simple extension of production, on a given technical basis.

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