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Newton Flows of Polynomials
This demonstrates Newton flow of a cubic polynomial. Given a polynomial
, the Newton flow of this polynomial is formed by the solution curves of the differential equation
. The red points are the roots of the polynomial.
Contributed by:
Michael Trott
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c
_{k}
— coefficients of the cubic polynomial
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Contributed by:
Michael Trott
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