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2019-12-13 23:00:28 +0100 | asked a question | Iterate over all homogeneous polynomials of a certain degree I'd like to iterate over all cubic equations in four variables over a (small) finite field and count their rational points. What is the easiest way to iterate over all homogeneous polynomials of a certain degree? |

2019-12-13 23:00:28 +0100 | asked a question | Return all homogenous polynomials of a certain degree I'd like to iterate over all cubic equations in four variables over a (small) finite field and count their rational points. What is the easiest way to iterate over all homogeneous polynomials of a certain degree? |

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