2021-07-13 13:29:37 +0100 | commented answer | I've got a big expression I need to dissect a certain way Thank you! |

2021-07-12 23:08:11 +0100 | commented question | I've got a big expression I need to dissect a certain way I suppose I could convert it to (or more easily, just recreate it as) an element of a multivariate polynomial ring over |

2021-07-12 22:11:18 +0100 | asked a question | I've got a big expression I need to dissect a certain way I've got a big expression I need to dissect a certain way I've got a BIG polynomial (7 indeterminates, total degree 12), |

2021-05-26 01:31:29 +0100 | commented answer | polynomial ring over another polynomial ring Not quite; your solution eliminated y, but what if I want to eliminate x? Since as I understand it Sage uses degrevlex o |

2021-05-25 22:40:18 +0100 | asked a question | polynomial ring over another polynomial ring polynomial ring over another polynomial ring I'd like to see what one multivariate polynomial f looks like when another |

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2021-05-25 19:19:52 +0100 | asked a question | how do I compute a polynomial pseudo-remainder in sage? how do I compute a polynomial pseudo-remainder in sage? Most symbolic algebra systems provide a function, typically call |

2021-05-25 19:19:52 +0100 | asked a question | pseudo-remainder, pseudo-remainder, Most symbolic algebra systems provide a function, typically called "prem" or something like that, to c |

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