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### Polynomial division on non usual ring.

Hello everyone, I hope you are well.

I'm trying to do the algorithm of division between polynomials in an unusual ring and I'm having problems. I searched in some forums and couldn't find anything on the subject.

The idea is to do the division in the following ring: R.<x,y> = PolynomialRing(GF(),2,'x','y', order='lex').

The idea is to get the coefficient between f/g=q, with f, g \in R.<x,y> .

But overall the result of f/g is just giving f/g, even in the case where f=g.

I try this method in the link: https:// ask . sagemath . org/question/50406/polynomial-division-in-quotient-rings /

but sage can't do the math

### Polynomial division on non usual ring.

Hello everyone, I hope you are well.

I'm trying to do the algorithm of division between polynomials in an unusual ring and I'm having problems. I searched in some forums and couldn't find anything on the subject.

The idea is to do the division in the following ring: R.<x,y> = PolynomialRing(GF(),2,'x','y', order='lex').PolynomialRing(UCF(),2,'x','y', order='lex'), where UCF = UniversalCyclotomicField().

The idea is to get the coefficient between f/g=q, with f, g \in R.<x,y> .

But overall the result of f/g is just giving f/g, even in the case where f=g.

I try this method in the link: https:// ask . sagemath . org/question/50406/polynomial-division-in-quotient-rings /

but sage can't do the math

### Polynomial division on non usual ring.

Hello everyone, I hope you are well.

I'm trying to do the algorithm of division between polynomials in an unusual ring and I'm having problems. I searched in some forums and couldn't find anything on the subject.

The idea is to do the division in the following ring: R.<x,y> = PolynomialRing(UCF(),2,'x','y', order='lex'), where UCF = UniversalCyclotomicField().

The idea is to get the coefficient between f/g=q, with f, g \in R.<x,y> .

But overall the result of f/g is just giving f/g, even in the case where f=g.

I try this method in the link: https:// ask . sagemath . org/question/50406/polynomial-division-in-quotient-rings /

but sage can't do the math

### Polynomial division on non usual ring.

Hello everyone, I hope you are well.

I'm trying to do the algorithm of division between polynomials in an unusual ring and I'm having problems. I searched in some forums and couldn't find anything on the subject.

The idea is to do the division in the following ring: R.<x,y> = PolynomialRing(UCF(),2,'x','y', PolynomialRing(UCF,2,'x','y', order='lex'), where UCF = UniversalCyclotomicField().

The idea is to get the coefficient between f/g=q, with f, g \in R.<x,y> .

But overall the result of f/g is just giving f/g, even in the case where f=g.

I try this method in the link: https:// ask . sagemath . org/question/50406/polynomial-division-in-quotient-rings /

but sage can't do the math

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### Polynomial division on non usual ring.

Hello everyone, I hope you are well.

I'm trying to do the algorithm of division between polynomials in an unusual ring and I'm having problems. I searched in some forums and couldn't find anything on the subject.

The idea is to do the division in the following ring: ring R:

UCF = UniversalCyclotomicField()
R.<x,y> = PolynomialRing(UCF,2,'x','y', order='lex'), where UCF = UniversalCyclotomicField().order='lex')


The idea is to get the coefficient between f/g=q, $f/g=q$, with f, g $f$, $g \in R.<x,y> .R[x,y]$.

But overall the result of f/g $f/g$ is just giving f/g, $f/g$, even in the case where f=g.$f=g$.

I try this method in the link: https:// ask . sagemath . org/question/50406/polynomial-division-in-quotient-rings /