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2016-12-14 22:33:04 -0500 | commented answer | exponentiation of 2k-bit number awesome! TIL |

2016-12-14 21:20:15 -0500 | asked a question | exponentiation of 2k-bit number Hello all, I'm trying to to do N^(0.26) with N a 2k-bit number. And what I get is "inf" :/ this will print |

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2015-03-03 11:26:45 -0500 | commented answer | substitute x*y by u it works! magic |

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2015-02-28 19:16:06 -0500 | commented question | substitute x*y by u yes @vdelecroix |

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2015-02-28 12:00:54 -0500 | asked a question | substitute x*y by u Hi there! I have a polynomial $f(x,y) = x I want to substitute $x*y$ instances by a new unknown $u$ (s.t. $u = x * y$) This is how I proceeded: Of course this code doesn't work... Any idea what I could do? |

2015-02-28 11:55:09 -0500 | commented answer | how to get doc for object methods in sage yep thanks a lot! |

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2015-02-04 14:54:19 -0500 | asked a question | how to get doc for object methods in sage Hi, I don't know if my question is clear but to get the doc for a function I usually type "isprime?" for example but for a method like small_roots that is used like this : "f.small_roots()" I cannot find the doc by typing "small_roots?" in sage. Any idea? |

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