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2012-06-11 00:54:04 -0600 | marked best answer | How do I iterate through factors of a monomial? |

2012-06-11 00:51:19 -0600 | commented answer | How do I iterate through factors of a monomial? This works, thank you! |

2012-06-11 00:49:41 -0600 | commented answer | How do I iterate through factors of a monomial? Thank you very much, don't know how long I'd be looking for it without your help. However, I have to do `list((x*y^3).factor())`. For some reason, `(x*y^3).factor_list()` gives an error ('sage.rings.polynomial.multi_polynomial_libsingular.MPolynomial_libsingu\ lar' object has no attribute 'factor_list'). |

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2012-06-11 00:45:09 -0600 | marked best answer | How do I iterate through factors of a monomial? Not offended at all! I didn't know about this myself until now. This works: And, if you want to go from the factor list to the expression: Hope this helps! |

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2012-06-10 04:46:35 -0600 | asked a question | How do I iterate through factors of a monomial? I am (very naively) trying to implement a certain non-linear map of polynomial rings. I can get the monomials in a polynomial by simply iterating through a polynomial: How do I now iterate through the factors of each monomial, i.e. convert x*y^3 into something like [(x, 1), (y, 3)] or even just [x, y, y, y]? Also, what is the correct way to do the opposite conversion, i.e. [x, y, y, y] to x*y^3? I hope you won't be offended by such newbie questions. I couldn't find this in any of the tutorials easily (did I miss the right one?) Thank you! |

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