Reduction (mathematics)

Reduction (mathematics)

In mathematics, reduction refers to the rewriting of an expression into a simpler form. For example, the process of rewriting a fraction into one with the smallest whole-number denominator possible (while keeping the numerator an integer) is called "reducing a fraction". Rewriting a radical (or "root") expression with the smallest possible whole number under the radical symbol is called "reducing a radical".

There are many different procedures, operations, and systems relating to reduction in mathematics. An incomplete list of these can be found in the article on reduction.

Read more about Reduction (mathematics):  Algebra, Static (Guyan) Reduction

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Reduction (mathematics) - Static (Guyan) Reduction
... In dynamic analysis, Static Reductionrefers to reducing the number of degrees of freedom ... Static Reductioncan also be used in FEA analysis to simplify a linear algebraic problem ... Since a Static Reductionrequires several inversion steps it is an expensive matrix operation and is prone to some error in the solution ...

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