# Difference between revisions of "Polynomial Command"

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; Polynomial[Function]: Yields the expanded polynomial function. | ; Polynomial[Function]: Yields the expanded polynomial function. | ||

: Example: <tt>Polynomial[(x - 3)^2]</tt> yields ''x<sup>2</sup> - 6x + 9''. | : Example: <tt>Polynomial[(x - 3)^2]</tt> yields ''x<sup>2</sup> - 6x + 9''. | ||

; Polynomial[List of n points]: Creates the interpolation polynomial of degree ''n-1'' through the given ''n'' points. | ; Polynomial[List of n points]: Creates the interpolation polynomial of degree ''n-1'' through the given ''n'' points. |

## Revision as of 02:27, 27 October 2010

- Polynomial[Function]
- Yields the expanded polynomial function.
- Example:
`Polynomial[(x - 3)^2]`yields*x*.^{2}- 6x + 9 - Polynomial[List of n points]
- Creates the interpolation polynomial of degree
*n-1*through the given*n*points.