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2013-06-21 02:41:11 +0100 | marked best answer | Groebner basis The three polynomials used to describe the particular ideal in your example are a Groebner basis for it. However, the ideal and its Groebner basis are not the same. Check their type and their parent. Also, if you check the documentation for |

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2013-06-20 15:03:04 +0100 | asked a question | Groebner basis hello I'm trying to compute groebner basis for I=( x^2+y+z-1,x+y^2+z-1,x+y+z^2-1) in sage, but why the groebner basis of this ideal is same as ideal? thank you |

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