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1 1 3 Let us detail how S-polynomials arise in the division algorithm. We want to divide f by f1 , . . , fr . In the division algorithm it may happen that both LT(fi ) and LT(fj ) divide the leading term X of f for some i = j. If we X divide X by fi then we have h1 = f − LT(f fi . If we divide X by fj then we i) X have h2 = f − LT(fj ) fj . An ambiguity is introduced, that is the reason why the decomposition of Item 5 in Theorem 10 may not be unique, namely h2 − h1 = X X X fi − fj = S-poly(fi , fj ).

Gt ⊆ I. We prove the converse by contradiction. From the division algorithm f ∈ I can be t written as f = i=1 αi gi + r where r is not divisible by any of LT(gi ), i = t 1, . . , t. But also r = f − i=1 αi gi ∈ I thus LT(r) ∈ LT(g1 ), . . , LT(gt ) , which is a contradiction. Thus I ⊆ g1 , . . , gt . We anticipate the fact that the basis found in the proof of Theorem 4 is a Gr¨ obner basis. 6 Varieties and equations Varieties are the geometric counterparts of polynomial ideals. As we have already noticed, a system of polynomial equations is associated with a variety and with an ideal.

For the importance of the role played by the hypothesis of algebraic closure see Example 16. Example 17 [Continuation of Example 16] Any polynomial ideal with complex coefficients I = f1 , . . , fs ⊂ C[x] is generated by one element (that is C[x] is principal) and in particular f = GCD(f1 , . . , fs ), the greatest common divisor, is a basis for I. Since C is algebraically closed, f is uniquely factorised as f = c(x − a1 )r1 · · · (x − ap )rp for some c, ai ∈ C and ri ∈ Z+ , i = 1, . . , p. The square-free part of f is fred = c(x − aa ) · · · (x − ap ).

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