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### Using SageMath Finite Field Extension on Python.

Yes, I want to the reverse, use the SageMath in Python.

I've seen this on ask.sagemath and stackoverflow

I want to use this in Python

k = GF(2)
R.<x> = k[]
k.extension(x^1000 + x^5 + x^4 + x^3 + 1, 'a')


from sage.all import *

F = GF(2)
R.<x> = k[]
K = F.extension(x^4 + x + 1, 'a')

print(K)


the R.<x> = k[] fails...

Is there a way to do this in python?

My final aim is finding the multiplicative inverse of an element using python with the sagemath import.

### Using SageMath Finite Field Extension on Python.

Yes, I want to the reverse, use the SageMath in Python.

I've seen this on ask.sagemath and stackoverflow

I want to use this in Python

k = GF(2)
R.<x> = k[]
k.extension(x^1000 + x^5 + x^4 + x^3 + 1, 'a')


from sage.all import *The python code

from sage.all import *

F = GF(2)
R.<x> = k[]
K = F.extension(x^4 + x + 1, 'a')

print(K)


the R.<x> = k[] fails...

Is there a way to do this in python?

My final aim is finding the multiplicative inverse of an element using python with the sagemath import.

 3 retagged FrédéricC 5086 ●3 ●42 ●110

### Using SageMath Finite Field Extension on Python.

Yes, I want to the reverse, use the SageMath in Python.

I've seen this on ask.sagemath and stackoverflow

I want to use this in Python

k = GF(2)
R.<x> = k[]
k.extension(x^1000 + x^5 + x^4 + x^3 + 1, 'a')


The python code

from sage.all import *

F = GF(2)
R.<x> = k[]
K = F.extension(x^4 + x + 1, 'a')

print(K)


the R.<x> = k[] fails...

Is there a way to do this in python?

My final aim is finding the multiplicative inverse of an element using python with the sagemath import.

 4 retagged FrédéricC 5086 ●3 ●42 ●110

### Using SageMath Finite Field Extension on Python.

Yes, I want to the reverse, use the SageMath in Python.

I've seen this on ask.sagemath and stackoverflow

I want to use this in Python

k = GF(2)
R.<x> = k[]
k.extension(x^1000 + x^5 + x^4 + x^3 + 1, 'a')


The python code

from sage.all import *

F = GF(2)
R.<x> = k[]
K = F.extension(x^4 + x + 1, 'a')

print(K)


the R.<x> = k[] fails...

Is there a way to do this in python?

My final aim is finding the multiplicative inverse of an element using python with the sagemath import.