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How to convert a list of polynomials with different degrees into a list of lists?

This gets a bit complicated because MMA will automatically evaluate addition of structurally equal elements. Toward this aim, we change addition (subtraction is an addition of the negative element) to ...
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How to convert a polynomial into a list?

pol = p[1, 2, 5] p[3, 6, 9] p[4, 7, 8] - 3 p[1, 2, 4] p[3, 6, 9] p[5, 7, 8]; If[AtomQ[#[[1]]], List @@@ #, Join[{1}, List @@@ #]] & /@ List @@@ List @@ pol ...
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How to convert a polynomial into a list?

A variant of E. Chan-López answer pol = p[1, 2, 5] p[3, 6, 9] p[4, 7, 8] - 3 p[1, 2, 4] p[3, 6, 9] p[5, 7, 8]; ...
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How to convert a polynomial into a list?

pol = p[1, 2, 5] p[3, 6, 9] p[4, 7, 8] - 3 p[1, 2, 4] p[3, 6, 9] p[5, 7, 8]; Using FactorList and the following rules: <...
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Polynomial PowerMod

According to the documentation from Wolfram, Algebra`PolynomialPowerMod The functionality of PolynomialPowerMod is now available in the kernel function ...
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