### Reducing the Coefficients of a Polynomial Modulo an Ideal

I have a polynomial in two variables $t_1$ and $t_2$ (say $2t_1 + at_2$) defined over a ring which is itself a polynomial ring (say $\mathbf{Z}[a]$). I'd like to reduce the coefficients of the polynomial modulo an ideal of the latter ring (say $(2)$ or $(a)$ or $(2,a)$). When I execute

```
M.<a> = PolynomialRing(ZZ)
R.<t1,t2> = PolynomialRing(M)
m = M.ideal(a)
(2*t1 + a*t2).change_ring(QuotientRing(M,m))
```

I get `2*t1`

, as I would expect. On the other hand, the code

```
M.<a> = PolynomialRing(ZZ)
R.<t1,t2> = PolynomialRing(M)
m = M.ideal(2)
(2*t1 + a*t2).change_ring(QuotientRing(M,m))
```

gives me a type error ("`polynomial must have unit leading coefficient`

"). And the input

```
M.<a> = PolynomialRing(ZZ)
R.<t1,t2> = PolynomialRing(M)
m = M.ideal(2,a)
(2*t1 + a*t2).change_ring(QuotientRing(M,m))
```

gives the output `2*t1 + abar*t2`

rather than the `0`

I would have expected. What should I do to get the outputs I would expect (namely `2*t1`

, `abar*t2`

, and `0`

, respectively)?