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Methods for Finding Zeros in Polynomials

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Methods for Finding Zeros in Polynomials
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Publisher: BookBoon
ISBN-13: 9788776819002
Number of pages: 122

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Polynomials are the first class of functions that the student meets. Therefore, one may think that they are easy to handle. They are not in general! Topics as e.g. finding roots in a polynomial and the winding number are illustrated. Some of the topics only require an elementary knowledge of Calculus in one variable. Others rely heavily on Complex Functions Theory.

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