I want to write a math sentence about polynomials. A polynomial is, by definition, the sum of monomials, and those monomials are often called terms. The terms are ordered by some given rules. My question is
What is the adjective describing the terms that appear later than some fixed term?
For example, consider the following.
The first term and second term satisfy Property (A). The third term, the four term, and so on satisfy Property (B).
What is the concise adjective describing the terms satisfying Property (B)? The rule for ordering is not very simple, so the expressions such as higher order terms are not very good.
The expression such as all the other terms might work, but I want to emphasize that those terms come later. What I can think of are the later terms or the higher terms. But somehow they don't sound very natural to me. Are they completely okay, or are there better expressions?