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CERTAIN REPRESENTATION OF A REAL POLYNOMIAL
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CERTAIN REPRESENTATION OF A REAL POLYNOMIAL
Ahn, Young-Joon; Kim, Seon-Hong;
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 Abstract
We show that every real polynomial of degree n can be represented by the sum of two real polynomials of degree n, each having only real zeros. As an example of this, we consider a real polynomial with even degree whose all zeros lie on the imaginary axes except the origin.
 Keywords
polynomials;zeros;
 Language
English
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