2017-03-10 06:47:41 -0600 | asked a question | How to get the quotients in multivariable polynomial division? Given a Groebner basis $G=\lbrace f_1,\dots,f_s \rbrace$ and $g$, how can I get the quotients of $g$ on division by $G$ ? I know that when considering the quotients, the ordering we use to list the divisors $f_1,\dots,f_s$ matters. I also know the command |

2017-01-24 09:12:49 -0600 | asked a question | A problem arises when I try to run SageMath on Windows Excuse me for my silly question. "3.3. Using Sage" in https://wiki.sagemath.org/SageApplian... says that after the virtual machine has finished booting, I should see the following window: But what I encounter is the following window: http://imgur.com/HBchZXo I have tried entering the first two folders and opening the "notebook-browser" but I still do not know how to launch the Sage Notebook. Could anyone help me? I would appreciate any help with this situation. |

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2017-01-20 09:00:06 -0600 | asked a question | Concerning “tab completion” in SageMathCell I am a newcomer to Sage. The PREP Tutorials(http://doc.sagemath.org/html/en/prep/Intro-Tutorial.html#help-inside-sage) introduce two applications of “tab completion”: - If you aren’t one hundred percent sure of the name of a command.
- Use this to see what you can do to an expression or mathematical object.
I tried some examples of the first type in SageMathCell and succeeded. But, in SageMathCell, when I tried some second type examples that the tutorials provide, I didn't see a list pop up. Is there something wrong? I would appreciate any help with this situation. |

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2016-12-27 20:24:19 -0600 | asked a question | Concerning "bits of precision" I am a newcomer to Sage. I learn Sage to compute Gröbner bases. Concerning polynomial ring, if I type: I get: But if I type: I get: What does "with 53 bits of precision" mean? If I don't know its meaning, will it matter when I compute Gröbner bases? I would appreciate any help with this situation. |

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