# On the integration of elementary functions: computing the by Miller B.L.

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A Gr¨obner Basis for Qi using lexicographic order z > t is {vi , z − H(t)}. 44 in [1]. For clarity, we state the theorem here: Let I be an ideal of the ring K[X1 , . . , Xn ] and assume that I has a Gr¨obner Basis, G, such that G has n elements and LT (gi ) = Xiν1 νi ≥ 1 for 1 ≤ i ≤ n using lexicographic order Xn > Xn−1 > · · · > X1 . Assume further that for 1 ≤ i ≤ n there does not exist a representation gi = f1 f2 + i−1 j=1 qj gj with f1 , f2 , q1 , . . , qi−1 ∈ K[t, z] such that f1 , f2 = 0 and degXi (f1 ) < degXi (gi ) and degXi (f2 ) < degXi (gi ).

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