# Questions tagged [polynom]

{polynom} is for the questions relating to the polynom package, which offers macros to manipulate polynomials, most notably to typeset polynomial long divisions.

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### Polynomial Long Division Using Polynom

I have been toiling around polynom package to typeset polynomial long division. The polynom package produces wonderful long division with step by step process. But I just have two problems. Let me ...
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### How to draw polynom division?

I want to draw this scheme, but I do not know how to start. Please help me.
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### Multivariate polynomial long division using LaTeX

How do I typeset polynomial long division using multiple variables in LaTeX? I am hoping to be able to do polynomial long division using 2 or more divisors. Currently, the packages I am using are: \...
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### How to show the full remainder in polynomial long division?

Original The remainder provided by polynom.sty is NOT complete (as shown in the following figure). My Objective When I was in senior high school, my teacher made the diagram like below. :-) Thus ...
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### polynom package bug

The following MWE: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{polynom} \begin{document} $\polylongdiv{x^3+1}{x^2+3}$ \end{document} produces the erroneous output Note that the horizontal rule does not ...
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### How to typeset and annotate a polynomial long division

I need to type a paper for a teacher, who hasn't seen the European division method, so that she could possibly use it in her curriculum. I need something to look like this x^2+4x+4 Box(x+2) ...
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### Random coefficients in the polynom package?

I am using the probsoln package to generate random math quizzes. For polynomial division, I can generate random integer coefficients, but I had planned on using the polynom package to auto-generate ...
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### Expand LaTeX macros to modify

I am using the polynom package for polynomial long division. For example: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{polynom} \begin{document} \polylongdiv{x^3-x^2+d}{x-2} \end{document} Notice that I ...
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### \polyset and greek letters

The polynom style (version “2006/04/20 0.17 (CH,HA)” from texlive 2012) has to be told about which tokens represent variables. The manual has an example like this: \polyset{vars=XYZ\xi, % make X, Y, ...
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### How can I get the ordinary polynomial long division by using polydiv like this?

I want to get the following polynomial long division like this: But as you know, when I use command \polylongdiv (package polynom), I always get the following: How can I get the result as in the ...
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### Bug in polylongdiv?

\documentclass{article} \usepackage{polynom} \begin{document} \polylongdiv{x^4-1}{x^3+x^2} \end{document} It leaves out the first x in the quotient. How can I fix this?
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### How to align the quotient when using polynom

I am using the polynom package to illustrate long division with polynomials. Typically, when I do those problems by hand, I have the first term in the quotient aligned with the first term in the ...
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### Extend vertical line in polynom division

I have this MWE \documentclass[12pt,a4paper]{article} \usepackage{polynom} \begin{document} \polylongdiv[style=D]{x^3+x^2-4}{x+2} \end{document} With this output What I want is to extend the ...
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### compose polynomial in latex

I would create such a similar thing: I tried using polynom package but the operation I'm doing aren't the common operation because I'm working on galois field so I don't want the result that polynom ...
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### polynom division without package polynom

I am quite new to TeX, so i don't know how to represent polynom division in latex. I can't use package polynom, since I don't have a polynom with numbers so this is a generic solution for this ...
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### Long Division of Polynomials in LyX

I look here for a way to show a long division of polynomials, and I read here about polynom.sty, but my question is if there is a way that I can write the whole division and not just give two ...
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### How to ameliorate this euclidean division

please how to ameliorate this code (space and alignement ), I want to have a large fraction and all be aligned \documentclass[12pt,a4paper,openany]{book} \usepackage{mathrsfs} \usepackage{amsmath,...
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### How to set up European/French style long division in TeX?

How exactly can one achieve French Style Long Division? Is line drawing/table/array formatting my only way here? I'm really new into TeX/LaTeX trying to find my way around it for elementary math, but ...
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### Protecting polynom package against Czech babel option

I encountered a problem when I try to typeset text with the babel library for the Czech language and using the polynom library. The correct polynom division looks like below. My MWE is: \...
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### Locally typeset a polynomial division problem

Problem: Trying to locally typeset a polynomial division problem by using the package polynomial. Minimal Working Example (MWE): \documentclass[a4paper,11pt]{book} \usepackage{amsmath} \usepackage{...
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### Division line in polydiv not correct

Line in division is not as expected...while using polydiv \documentclass{article} % \usepackage[paperwidth=94mm,paperheight=50mm,margin=2mm,footskip=2mm ] {geometry} \usepackage{amsmath} \usepackage{...
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### Teaking the polynomial long division sign in polynom

With \documentclass{amsart} \usepackage{polynom} \begin{document} $\polylongdiv{x^3+x^2-1}{x-1}$ \end{document} we get something similar to the image in this question. The line for the ...
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### \polyprint doesn't work properly with brackets?

An MWE: \documentclass{standalone} \usepackage{polynom} \begin{document} \polyadd\polya{5(6x-7)-4(9-10x)}{0}% \polyprint\polya \end{document} I think the result should be 70x-71 but the result ...