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On the polynomial ring Q[s, t] we can deﬁne the usual derivations ∂ ∂ δs = ∂s and δt = ∂t so that δs (s) = 1 and δs (t) = 0 and similarly for δt . These two derivations commute: δs δt = δt δs . We could also consider the Euler ∂ ∂ and δ¯t = t ∂t so that δ¯s (s) = s, δ¯s (t) = 0 and similarly for derivations δ¯s = s ∂s ¯ δ t . For all examples in this paper we consider the usual derivations δs and δt . They extend uniquely to Q(s, t). Let ∆ = {δ1 , . . , δm } be a set of pairwise commuting derivations on a ring R that are linearly independent over R.