I have a tensor like

```
tensor([a,b,c])
```

where a, b, c lie in some CombinatorialFreeModule. Where does this tensor lie? (I need to know, because I am writing a function using module_morphism, and it requires me to explicitly specify its codomain.)

1 | initial version |

I have a tensor like

```
tensor([a,b,c])
```

where a, b, c lie in some CombinatorialFreeModule. Where does this tensor lie? (I need to know, because I am writing a function using module_morphism, and it requires me to explicitly specify its codomain.)

2 | No.2 Revision |

I have a tensor like

```
tensor([a,b,c])
```

where a, b, c lie in some CombinatorialFreeModule. Where does this tensor lie? (I need to know, because I am writing a function using module_morphism, and it requires me to explicitly specify its codomain.)

Writing

```
type(tensor([a,b,c]))
```

doesn't help (it just gives generic trash).

3 | No.3 Revision |

I have a tensor like

```
tensor([a,b,c])
```

where a, b, c lie in some CombinatorialFreeModule. Where (in Sage syntax) does this tensor lie? (I need to know, because I am writing a function using module_morphism, and it requires me to explicitly specify its codomain.)

Writing

```
type(tensor([a,b,c]))
```

doesn't help (it just gives generic trash).

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