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    I have covered the relevant material and c(f) is the gcd of the coefficients, but I do not understand the formula to calculate the v(f)
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    (Original post by Determinism)
    I have covered the relevant material and c(f) is the gcd of the coefficients, but I do not understand the formula to calculate the v(f)
    What, exactly, is the first thing you don't understand in the formula?
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    (Original post by DFranklin)
    What, exactly, is the first thing you don't understand in the formula?
    What is v_2(a_i) for the first case p=2?
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    What is v_2(a_i) for the first case p=2?
    Well, what's your definition of v_2?
 
 
 
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