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I'm reading a paper and it is written inside it "affine polynomial" but I don't know this definition, and couldn't find it on the web. Could you please help me if you know it?

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  • $\begingroup$ If you google this, you can find it. Wikipedia: linearized polynomial. $\endgroup$ – Morgan Rodgers Feb 10 at 0:19
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Wikipedia has affine polynomials defined in section five of the "linearised polynomials" entry towards the bottom of the page.

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    $\begingroup$ Why the downvotes? +1 $\endgroup$ – lightxbulb Feb 10 at 0:22
  • $\begingroup$ I'm curious about that myself. The poster wanted to know where he could find it on the internet - I saved them the time and linked it to the Wikipedia article. It looks like the question is being held as off-topic, so this might be a moot point. Oh well...*c'est le guerre.* $\endgroup$ – bjcolby15 Feb 10 at 2:33

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