### 2.32.1 Euclidean quotient : `Quo`

`Quo` is the inert form of `quo`.

`Quo` returns the euclidean quotient between two polynomials
without evaluation.

It is used in conjonction with `mod` in Maple syntax mode to compute
the euclidean quotient of the division of two
polynomials with coefficients in ℤ/*p*ℤ.

Input in `Xcas` mode:

`Quo((x``^`

`3+x``^`

`2+1) mod 13,(2*x``^`

`2+4) mod 13)`

Output :

`quo((x``^`

`3+x``^`

`2+1)%13,(2*x``^`

`2+4)%13)`

you need to `eval(ans())` to get :

`(-6%13)*x+-6%13`

Input in `Maple` mode :

`Quo(x``^`

`3+x``^`

`2+1,2*x``^`

`2+4) mod 13`

Output :

`(-6)*x-6`

Input in `Maple` mode :

`Quo(x``^`

`2+2*x,x``^`

`2+6*x+5) mod 5`

Output :

`1`