Any polynomial is evaluated by substituting the specified values for the variable and performing the computation to simplify the polynomial to a numerical result. To accurately evaluate a polynomial, the order of operations and integer operations must be applied correctly.
To get a polynomial from its roots, use the poly function: p = poly(r). The inverse of the roots function is the poly function.
Find the roots of nonlinear equations with the fzero function.
The simplest method to use these functions is as follows: In a least-squares sense, p = polyfit(x, y, n) determines the coefficients of a polynomial p(x) of degree n that best fits the data y. p is a n + 1 row vector that contains the polynomial coefficients in ascending powers, p(1)*xn + p(2)*x(n - 1) +...
Ashnarayan Kumar Sah
Nice teaching. ease to understand
Please make several other courses like AutoCAD Electrical free to learn so that many people can afford to learn for free. Really loved your effort of teaching to us.
Yogesh Narayanrao Zade
I really like the Teacher and his teaching style... overall its a best course 👍
Nikita Ravindra Dhuppe
I really appreciate the way of teaching of sir......really a very very knowledgeable session for us.
Share a personalized message with your friends.