I want to rewrite Integral of
10x^7-xy+y/x+2x^5 as sum of integrals.
Int(10x^7-xy+y/x+2x^5) = Int(10x^7)-Int(xy)+Int(y/x)+Int(2x^5)
But sympy makes its own ordering and outputs
Int(10x^7-xy+y/x+2x^5) = Int(2x^5)+Int(10x^7)+Int(y/x)-Int(xy)
Where can I override this behaviour if Int is my own class?
This behaviour is deeply engraved into sympy and you won't be able to override it by making your own class of
From the Sympy docs:
Finally, one last note. You may have noticed that the order we entered our expression and the order that it came out from
srepror in the graph were different [...] This because in SymPy, the arguments of the commutative operations
Mulare stored in an arbitrary (but consistent!) order, which is independent of the order inputted.
So, similar to a native python dictionary, the elements are in an arbitrary but consistent order. There is no easy way to change this.