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2010-08-30 14:09:34 +0100 | marked best answer | How do I Pass a tuple as an argument for a multivariate polynomial? Hello, Here is a possibility But if v is a vector and not a tuple the trick won't work. Hoping this would be useful, Vincent |

2010-08-30 03:57:29 +0100 | asked a question | How do I Pass a tuple as an argument for a multivariate polynomial? I can't find any support documentation on this, but I'm sure it must be possible. To give some context, I'm working on a module for invariant theory which allows for computing matrices acting on polynomials: Say I define a polynomial |

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