I want to solve polynomial equation of the following kind.

a. (x+2y-3z^2) + b (x+y+z)*(x+2y-z) + c (y-2z) = 0

I want to find a,b,c s.t. the above equation is satisfied for all values of x,y,z. This can be done in Mathematica using SolveAlways function. How to do this in magma? What is the algorithm that Magma uses for solving such a thing? What is its time complexity?

## How to solve polynomial equations?

### Re: How to solve polynomial equations?

This forum is for the MAGMA linear algebra library for GPUs (http://icl.utk.edu/magma/). It doesn't solve polynomial equations. Perhaps you are intending the Magma Computational Algebra System (http://magma.maths.usyd.edu.au/magma/).

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### Re: How to solve polynomial equations?

I recommend MATLAB for this

### Re: How to solve polynomial equations?

What do you guys think about the Wolfram Equations solver?