Properties of Polynomial Roots

Properties Of Polynomial Roots

In mathematics, a polynomial function is a function of the form

 p(x) = a_0 + a_1 x + cdots + a_n x^n, quad xin mathbb{C}

where the coefficients are complex numbers and . The fundamental theorem of algebra states that polynomial p has n roots. The aim of this page is to list various properties of these roots.

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