• Assignment. Sage uses = for assignment statements.
  • Comparison. Sage uses ==, <=, >=, < and > for comparison.
  • Basic Mathematical Operations. In additional to +, -, *, and /, Sage uses ^ or ** for exponentiation. // for integer division, and % for mod; i.e., remainder.
  • The Modulus Operator. The code a % b returns the remainder of $a$ divided by $b$.
  • Numerical Precision. To get a numerical approximation, use either the function n or the method n.
  • Rounding Up and Down. Sage uses the commands ceil(x) and floor(x) to round up and down to the nearest integer, respectively.
  • Built in Fields Sage has various built in fields of numbers for construction of objects such as matrices and vectors.
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