I would like to write that some polynomial $p(x)$ is the sum of polynomial $d(x)$ and the remainder of division of polynomial $b(x)$ by polynomial $w(x)$:
$$p(x) = d(x) + b(x)\bmod w(x)$$
But from what I saw in books, this can mean something different which is:
$$p(x) = (d(x) + b(x))\bmod w(x)$$
So, what is a good way to write what I mean?