**Complete Homogeneous Symmetric Polynomial**

In mathematics, specifically in algebraic combinatorics and commutative algebra, the **complete homogeneous symmetric polynomials** are a specific kind of symmetric polynomials. Every symmetric polynomial can be expressed as a polynomial expression in complete homogeneous symmetric polynomials.

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