2. You just need $\Theta(q)=a+bq+O(q^2)$, because then in terms of basis given by sage, it will be $a$ times the first plus $b$ times the second.
2. You just need $\Theta(q)=a+bq+O(q^2)$, because then in terms of basis given by sage, it will be $a$ times the first plus $b$ times the second.