Polynomial synthetic division
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Polynomial synthetic division is a draft programming task. It is not yet considered ready to be promoted as a complete task, for reasons that should be found in its talk page.
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- In algebra, polynomial synthetic division is an algorithm for dividing a polynomial by another polynomial of the same or lower degree in an efficient way using a trick involving clever manipulations of coefficients, which results in a lower time complexity than polynomial long division.
J[edit]
Solving this the easy way:
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Task example:
(1, (-12), 0, -42) psd (1, -3)
┌────────┬────┐
│1 _9 _27│_123│
└────────┴────┘
Java[edit]
import java.util.Arrays;
public class Test {
public static void main(String[] args) {
int[] N = {1, -12, 0, -42};
int[] D = {1, -3};
System.out.printf("%s / %s = %s",
Arrays.toString(N),
Arrays.toString(D),
Arrays.deepToString(extendedSyntheticDivision(N, D)));
}
static int[][] extendedSyntheticDivision(int[] dividend, int[] divisor) {
int[] out = dividend.clone();
int normalizer = divisor[0];
for (int i = 0; i < dividend.length - (divisor.length - 1); i++) {
out[i] /= normalizer;
int coef = out[i];
if (coef != 0) {
for (int j = 1; j < divisor.length; j++)
out[i + j] += -divisor[j] * coef;
}
}
int separator = out.length - (divisor.length - 1);
return new int[][]{
Arrays.copyOfRange(out, 0, separator),
Arrays.copyOfRange(out, separator, out.length)
};
}
}
[1, -12, 0, -42] / [1, -3] = [[1, -9, -27], [-123]]
Perl 6[edit]
sub synthetic-division ( @numerator, @denominator ) {
my @result = @numerator.clone;
my $end = @denominator.end;
for ^@numerator-$end -> $i {
next unless @result[$i];
@result[$i] /= @denominator[0];
@result[$i+$_] -= @denominator[$_] * @result[$i] for 1..$end;
}
'quotient' => @result[0 ..^ *-$end],
'remainder' => @result[*-$end .. *];
}
my @tests =
[1, -12, 0, -42], [1, -3],
[1, 0, 0, 0, -2], [1, 1, 1, 1];
for @tests -> @n, @d {
my %result = synthetic-division( @n, @d );
say "[[email protected]}] / [[email protected]}] = [%result<quotient>], remainder [%result<remainder>]";
}
- Output:
[1 -12 0 -42] / [1 -3] = [1 -9 -27], remainder [-123] [1 0 0 0 -2] / [1 1 1 1] = [1 -1], remainder [0 0 -1]
Python[edit]
Here is an extended synthetic division algorithm, which means that it supports a divisor polynomial (instead of just a monomial/binomial). It also supports non-monic polynomials (polynomials which first coefficient is different than 1). Polynomials are represented by lists of coefficients with decreasing degree (left-most is the major degree , right-most is the constant).
# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
def extended_synthetic_division(dividend, divisor):
'''Fast polynomial division by using Extended Synthetic Division. Also works with non-monic polynomials.'''
# dividend and divisor are both polynomials, which are here simply lists of coefficients. Eg: x^2 + 3x + 5 will be represented as [1, 3, 5]
out = list(dividend) # Copy the dividend
normalizer = divisor[0]
for i in xrange(len(dividend)-(len(divisor)-1)):
out[i] /= normalizer # for general polynomial division (when polynomials are non-monic),
# we need to normalize by dividing the coefficient with the divisor's first coefficient
coef = out[i]
if coef != 0: # useless to multiply if coef is 0
for j in xrange(1, len(divisor)): # in synthetic division, we always skip the first coefficient of the divisor,
# because it's only used to normalize the dividend coefficients
out[i + j] += -divisor[j] * coef
# The resulting out contains both the quotient and the remainder, the remainder being the size of the divisor (the remainder
# has necessarily the same degree as the divisor since it's what we couldn't divide from the dividend), so we compute the index
# where this separation is, and return the quotient and remainder.
separator = -(len(divisor)-1)
return out[:separator], out[separator:] # return quotient, remainder.
if __name__ == '__main__':
print "POLYNOMIAL SYNTHETIC DIVISION"
N = [1, -12, 0, -42]
D = [1, -3]
print " %s / %s =" % (N,D),
print " %s remainder %s" % extended_synthetic_division(N, D)
Sample output:
POLYNOMIAL SYNTHETIC DIVISION [1, -12, 0, -42] / [1, -3] = [1, -9, -27] remainder [-123]
Racket[edit]
#lang racket/base
(require racket/list)
;; dividend and divisor are both polynomials, which are here simply lists of coefficients.
;; Eg: x^2 + 3x + 5 will be represented as (list 1 3 5)
(define (extended-synthetic-division dividend divisor)
(define out (list->vector dividend)) ; Copy the dividend
;; for general polynomial division (when polynomials are non-monic), we need to normalize by
;; dividing the coefficient with the divisor's first coefficient
(define normaliser (car divisor))
(define divisor-length (length divisor)) ; } we use these often enough
(define out-length (vector-length out)) ; }
(for ((i (in-range 0 (- out-length divisor-length -1))))
(vector-set! out i (quotient (vector-ref out i) normaliser))
(define coef (vector-ref out i))
(unless (zero? coef) ; useless to multiply if coef is 0
(for ((i+j (in-range (+ i 1) ; in synthetic division, we always skip the first
(+ i divisor-length))) ; coefficient of the divisior, because it's
(divisor_j (in-list (cdr divisor)))) ; only used to normalize the dividend coefficients
(vector-set! out i+j (+ (vector-ref out i+j) (* coef divisor_j -1))))))
;; The resulting out contains both the quotient and the remainder, the remainder being the size of
;; the divisor (the remainder has necessarily the same degree as the divisor since it's what we
;; couldn't divide from the dividend), so we compute the index where this separation is, and return
;; the quotient and remainder.
;; return quotient, remainder (conveniently like quotient/remainder)
(split-at (vector->list out) (- out-length (sub1 divisor-length))))
(module+ main
(displayln "POLYNOMIAL SYNTHETIC DIVISION")
(define N '(1 -12 0 -42))
(define D '(1 -3))
(define-values (Q R) (extended-synthetic-division N D))
(printf "~a / ~a = ~a remainder ~a~%" N D Q R))
- Output:
POLYNOMIAL SYNTHETIC DIVISION (1 -12 0 -42) / (1 -3) = (1 -9 -27) remainder (-123)
REXX[edit]
/* REXX Polynomial Division */
/* extended to support order of divisor >1 */
call set_dd '1 0 0 0 -1'
Call set_dr '1 1 1 1'
Call set_dd '1 -12 0 -42'
Call set_dr '1 -3'
q.0=0
Say list_dd '/' list_dr
do While dd.0>=dr.0
q=dd.1/dr.1
Do j=1 To dr.0
dd.j=dd.j-q*dr.j
End
Call set_q q
Call shift_dd
End
say 'Quotient:' mk_list_q() 'Remainder:' mk_list_dd()
Exit
set_dd:
Parse Arg list
list_dd='['
Do i=1 To words(list)
dd.i=word(list,i)
list_dd=list_dd||dd.i','
End
dd.0=i-1
list_dd=left(list_dd,length(list_dd)-1)']'
Return
set_dr:
Parse Arg list
list_dr='['
Do i=1 To words(list)
dr.i=word(list,i)
list_dr=list_dr||dr.i','
End
dr.0=i-1
list_dr=left(list_dr,length(list_dr)-1)']'
Return
set_q:
z=q.0+1
q.z=arg(1)
q.0=z
Return
shift_dd:
Do i=2 To dd.0
ia=i-1
dd.ia=dd.i
End
dd.0=dd.0-1
Return
mk_list_q:
list='['q.1''
Do i=2 To q.0
list=list','q.i
End
Return list']'
mk_list_dd:
list='['dd.1''
Do i=2 To dd.0
list=list','dd.i
End
Return list']'
- Output:
[1,-12,0,-42] / [1,-3] Quotient: [1,-9,-27] Remainder: -123 [1,0,0,0,-2] / [1,1,1,1] Quotient: [1,-1] Remainder: [0,0,-1]
Sidef[edit]
func extended_synthetic_division(dividend, divisor) {
var end = divisor.end
var out = dividend.clone
var normalizer = divisor[0]
for i in ^(dividend.len - end) {
out[i] /= normalizer
var coef = out[i]
if (coef != 0) {
for j in (1 .. end) {
out[i+j] += -(divisor[j] * coef)
}
}
}
var remainder = out.splice(-end)
var quotient = out
return(quotient, remainder)
}
var (n, d) = ([1, -12, 0, -42], [1, -3])
print(" %s / %s =" % (n, d))
print(" %s remainder %s\n" % extended_synthetic_division(n, d))
- Output:
[1, -12, 0, -42] / [1, -3] = [1, -9, -27] remainder [-123]
Tcl[edit]
This uses a common utility proc range, and a less common one called lincr, which increments elements of lists. The routine for polynomial division is placed in a namespace ensemble, such that it can be conveniently shared with other commands for polynomial arithmetic (eg polynomial multiply).
# range ?start? end+1
# start defaults to 0: [range 5] = {0 1 2 3 4}
proc range {a {b ""}} {
if {$b eq ""} {
set b $a
set a 0
}
for {set r {}} {$a<$b} {incr a} {
lappend r $a
}
return $r
}
# lincr list idx ?...? increment
# By analogy with [lset] and [incr]:
# Adds incr to the item at [lindex list idx ?...?]. incr may be a float.
proc lincr {_ls args} {
upvar 1 $_ls ls
set incr [lindex $args end]
set idxs [lrange $args 0 end-1]
lset ls {*}$idxs [expr {$incr + [lindex $ls {*}$idxs]}]
}
namespace eval polynomial {
# polynomial division, returns [list $dividend $remainder]
proc divide {top btm} {
set out $top
set norm [lindex $btm 0]
foreach i [range [expr {[llength $top] - [llength $btm] + 1}]] {
lset out $i [set coef [expr {[lindex $out $i] * 1.0 / $norm}]]
if {$coef != 0} {
foreach j [range 1 [llength $btm]] {
lincr out [expr {$i+$j}] [expr {-[lindex $btm $j] * $coef}]
}
}
}
set terms [expr {[llength $btm]-1}]
list [lrange $out 0 end-$terms] [lrange $out end-[incr terms -1] end]
}
namespace export *
namespace ensemble create
}
proc test {} {
set top {1 -12 0 -42}
set btm {1 -3}
set div [polynomial divide $top $btm]
puts "$top / $btm = $div"
}
test
- Output:
1 -12 0 -42 / 1 -3 = {1.0 -9.0 -27.0} -123.0
zkl[edit]
fcn extended_synthetic_division(dividend, divisor){
# Fast polynomial division by using Extended Synthetic Division. Also works with non-monic polynomials.
# dividend and divisor are both polynomials, which are here simply lists of coefficients. Eg: x^2 + 3x + 5 will be represented as [1, 3, 5]
out,normalizer:=dividend.copy(), divisor[0];
foreach i in (dividend.len() - (divisor.len() - 1)){
out[i] /= normalizer; # for general polynomial division (when polynomials are non-monic),
# we need to normalize by dividing the coefficient with the divisor's first coefficient
coef := out[i];
if(coef != 0){ # useless to multiply if coef is 0
foreach j in ([1..divisor.len() - 1]){ # in synthetic division, we always skip the first coefficient of the divisior,
out[i + j] += -divisor[j] * coef; # because it's only used to normalize the dividend coefficients
}
}
}
# out contains the quotient and remainder, the remainder being the size of the divisor (the remainder
# has necessarily the same degree as the divisor since it's what we couldn't divide from the dividend), so we compute the index
# where this separation is, and return the quotient and remainder.
separator := -(divisor.len() - 1);
return(out[0,separator], out[separator,*]) # return quotient, remainder.
}
println("POLYNOMIAL SYNTHETIC DIVISION");
N,D := T(1, -12, 0, -42), T(1, -3);
print(" %s / %s =".fmt(N,D));
println(" %s remainder %s".fmt(extended_synthetic_division(N,D).xplode()));
- Output:
POLYNOMIAL SYNTHETIC DIVISION L(1,-12,0,-42) / L(1,-3) = L(1,-9,-27) remainder L(-123)