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2015-02-19 13:38:49 +0100 | commented answer | full_simplify produces unexpected result But is there any way to expand polynomials correctly with decimal coefficients? |
2015-02-18 17:12:25 +0100 | asked a question | full_simplify produces unexpected result I applied full_simplify to an expression obtained by substituting a quotient of two polynomials in a polynomial expression, as illustrated below. The highest degree in the result was expected to be 8, but I get an output where the highest degree is 20. Can anyone help me find what is the mistake i have done? Code: Output: |
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2015-02-14 20:16:35 +0100 | asked a question | complete expansion of polynomial substitution In the following code, I have substituted a polynomial in other polynomial and the result even after using the command ".expand" shows no complete expansion,Is there any other way to get complete expansion of polynomial substitution? Result: 1+ 1/((z-1)^2) is shown, but not expansion (z^2-z+2)/z^2-z+1. |