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Re: polynomial coefficients in descending powers



Eduardo Pires wrote:

> In Mathematica I enter:
> In[1]:=
>                        s + 10
>                 ----------------------
>                  s^2 + 100  s + 50
> 
> and get :
> 
> Out[1]=
>                     10 + s
>              ---------------------
>              50 + 100 s + s^2
> 
> How Mathematica can by default output a fractional expression with the
> polynomial coefficients in descending powers of s, like de input ?.

Eduardo:
TraditionalForm uses the order that you want. To convert a cell to this,
select the cell and use the menu
	Cell>Convert to TraditionalForm
To make Traditional form the default for all output, use 
	Cell>Default Output FormatType>TraditionalForm

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