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In Octave, a polynomial is represented by its coefficients (arranged
in descending order). For example, a vector `c` of length
*N+1* corresponds to the following polynomial of order
`N`

p(x) =c(1) x^N+ … +c(N) x +c(N+1).

• Evaluating Polynomials | ||

• Finding Roots | ||

• Products of Polynomials | ||

• Derivatives / Integrals / Transforms | ||

• Polynomial Interpolation | ||

• Miscellaneous Functions |