MonomialList[poly] gives the list of all monomials in the polynomial poly.MonomialList[poly, {x_1, x_2, ...}] gives the list of monomials with respect to the variables x_i in ...
These "How tos" give step-by-step instructions for common tasks related to algebraic computation in Mathematica .
Mathematica provides many functions to group terms in a polynomial, extract and sort the monomials, display them in various ways, and even process them as arbitrary ...
CoefficientRules[poly, {x_1, x_2, ...}] gives the list {{e_11, e_12, ...} -> c_1, {e_21, ...} -> c_2, ...} of exponent vectors and coefficients for the monomials in poly with ...
Factoring a quadratic polynomial in one variable is straightforward. But Mathematica routinely factors degree-100 polynomials in 3 variables—by making use of a tower of ...
The leading term of a polynomial can be chosen in many different ways. For multivariate polynomials, sorting by the total degree of the monomials is often useful. Different ...
Polynomial algorithms are at the core of classical "computer algebra". Incorporating methods that span from antiquity to the latest cutting-edge research at Wolfram Research, ...
Mathematica 7 represents another major achievement in Mathematica's long history of innovation in mathematics and algorithms. Building on the broad capabilities of ...
The release of Mathematica 6 in May 2007 represented a revolution in the development of Mathematica. Building on this revolution, Mathematica 7 not only greatly broadens and ...
The introduction of Mathematica 6 in 2007 represented a revolutionary redefinition of Mathematica. Arriving only 18 months after Mathematica 6, Mathematica 7 represents ...