Recent changes to 418: factor/poly leaves common factorshttp://sourceforge.net/p/maxima/bugs/418/2003-10-04T04:44:15Zfactor/poly leaves common factors2003-10-04T04:44:15Z2003-10-04T04:44:15ZStavros Macrakishttp://sourceforge.net/u/macrakis/http://sourceforge.net35d02bd0fee5ae0f4484dd4ee1ba42c3c98c57d6ff: factor\(x^2-2,8\*q^4-q\*q^2+1\) =&gt;
\(16\*x-64\*q^2+32\)\*\(16\*x+64\*q^2-32\)/256
Of course, this can be simplified with another pass of
ordinary factorization:
factor\(ff\) =&gt; \(x-4\*q^2+2\)\*\(x+4\*q^2-2\)
A simpler example, but perhaps suspect because it uses
q in the polynomial to factor:
factor\(x-q,2\*q^2+1\) =&gt; \(2\*x-2\*q\)/2