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 [Reduce-algebra-developers] factorization issue... From: Michael Tuexen - 2011-11-17 08:03:34 ```Dear all, using the svn version of yesterday on Mac OS X Lion gives: [mba:~/Documents/reduce-algebra/trunk] tuexen% bin/redcsl -w Reduce (Free CSL version), 16-Nov-11 ... 1: setmod 2; on modular; 1 3: factorize(x^2+1); {{x + 1,0}} I would expect {{x + 1,2}}. Another try: 4: factorize(x^4+x^3+x+1); 2 {{x + x + 1,1},{x + 1,0}} where I would expect 2 {{x + x + 1,1},{x + 1,2}} However, 5: factorize(x^3+1); 2 {{x + x + 1,1},{x + 1,1}} works. So it looks like the modular reduction is also done for the multiplicities of the factors. Is this a bug or am I making a mistaking in using reduce? Best regards Michael ```

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