```
R.<X>=PolynomialRing(ZZ,'X')
X=R.gen()
P=(X+1)²+1
show(P)
```

The result is X²+2X+2 while i would like sage to show (Ẍ+1)²+1.

How can i do that ?

1 | initial version |

```
R.<X>=PolynomialRing(ZZ,'X')
X=R.gen()
P=(X+1)²+1
show(P)
```

The result is X²+2X+2 while i would like sage to show (Ẍ+1)²+1.

How can i do that ?

2 | retagged |

```
R.<X>=PolynomialRing(ZZ,'X')
X=R.gen()
P=(X+1)²+1
show(P)
```

The result is X²+2X+2 while i would like sage to show (Ẍ+1)²+1.

How can i do that ?

3 | retagged |

```
R.<X>=PolynomialRing(ZZ,'X')
X=R.gen()
P=(X+1)²+1
show(P)
```

The result is X²+2X+2 while i would like sage to show (Ẍ+1)²+1.

How can i do that ?

4 | retagged |

```
R.<X>=PolynomialRing(ZZ,'X')
X=R.gen()
P=(X+1)²+1
show(P)
```

The result is X²+2X+2 while i would like sage to show (Ẍ+1)²+1.

How can i do that ?

5 | retagged |

```
R.<X>=PolynomialRing(ZZ,'X')
X=R.gen()
P=(X+1)²+1
show(P)
```

The result is X²+2X+2 while i would like sage to show (Ẍ+1)²+1.

How can i do that ?

6 | No.6 Revision |

```
R.<X>=PolynomialRing(ZZ,'X')
X=R.gen()
P=(X+1)²+1
show(P)
```

The result is X²+2X+2 while i would like sage to show ~~(Ẍ+1)²+1.~~(X+1)²+1.

How can i do that ?

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