RealBoxEvaluatePolynomialevaluate a univariate polynomial at a RealBox object
Calling SequenceParametersDescriptionCompatibility
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EvaluatePolynomial(a, [c0, c1, ..., cn])
EvaluatePolynomial(a, [c0, c1, ..., cn], precopt)
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The EvaluatePolynomial command evaluates a dense univariate polynomial at a RealBox object. It does this in a manner that sometimes produces a smaller radius than simple evaluation using the standard arithmetic operations.
The first argument is a RealBox object, representing the value at which the polynomial is to be evaluated.
The second argument is a list of NiMsJkkibkc2IiIiIkYmRiY= coefficients of the polynomial to be evaluated, where NiNJIm5HNiI= is the degree of the polynomial. The first entry is the constant coefficient, the second the linear coefficient, and so on. Each coefficient can be a RealBox object or a real constant.
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The RealBox:-EvaluatePolynomial command was introduced in Maple 2023.
For more information on Maple 2023 changes, see Updates in Maple 2023.