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- | This is mathematically clunky because it expresses a quadratic polynomial $P(x)$ as the sum of three quadratics. Simplifying takes a lot of multiplications and additions. If we do that, we get | + | This is mathematically clunky because it expresses a quadratic polynomial $P(x)$ as the sum of three quadratics, and we have a lot of tedious algebra to do to simplify. If we do that, we get |

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