A computer algebra system (CAS) is a program which is able to carry out various symbolic manipulations with mathematical expressions. Some well-known computer-algebra systems: Mathematica, Maple, Wolfram Alpha, GAP. For questions about Mathematica please see the ...

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Maple command for algebraic combinaiton of polynomial in $\mathbb{Z}_p[x]$

Let $F(x) , f_1(x),\ldots, f_r(x)$ be polynomials with coefficients in $\mathbb{Z}_p$ ($p$ is odd prime) Is there a Maple command to determine if$$ F(x) = a_1(x)f_1(x)+\dots+ a_r(x)f_r(x) \pmod{p} ...
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Vectorfields on Surfaces with MuPAD

i am working with MuPAD. I can make vectorfields in 3D and also Surfaces in 3D via plot::VectorField3D and plot::Surface. But now i want to draw a vectorfield ON a surface. If $X$ is a vectorfield ...
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How to solve an equation in three variables fixing two of the variables?

Also, I have the following equation, I want to solve it for $b$ keeping $a$ and $c$ fixed. $5b^5+(60-5a)b^4+(125+50c-80a)b^3+(594c-445a-775)b^2+(2324c-1005a-3270)b+3000c-750a-3000=0.$ Also how to ...
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how to solve two's complement question?

i tried 9 D + (-10 D) 9= 0000 1001 10= 0000 1010 Reverse 10 = 1111 0101 and add 1 become 1111 0110 after that add up 9 D + (-10 D) == 0000 1001 + 1111 0110 but the answer is equal to 1111 1111 ...
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How are arrays defined with GAP? [closed]

Is it possible to define arrays in GAP ? If not what is the replacement ?
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Best graphing program for Mac or PC?

I just bought the highest end iMac, with a student discount, of course, and was wondering what is the best graphing program out there. A program that can graph any equation that I throw at it AND one ...
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Verification of $F(m)^{d} \pmod n \equiv m$ with very large inputs, where $F(m)=m^e$

Does anyone have the computational power to check whether or not $F(m)^{d} \pmod n \equiv m$, where the values of the variables are found below. According to Wolfram Alpha, I found the result of the ...