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2014-11-13 07:14:22 -0500 | commented answer | Comparing numbers in an algebraic field Thanks Thierry. Actually what is even stranger is that `floor(x-y)>=0` works well in place of `x>=y`. The problem with `AA` is that there seem to be some memory leaks :-/ |

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2014-04-17 02:26:42 -0500 | commented question | QQ.extension() with embedding: incorrect modulus Thanks @Francis for pointing it out, I wasn't aware that this is the issue! And you're welcome, Thierry :) |

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2013-12-31 14:04:48 -0500 | marked best answer | Running sage --testall in parallel It is possible to run the doctests in parallel, see this page. In your case, you can use the |

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