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Polynomial Roots in the Complex Plane
This is an illustration of the fundamental theorem of algebra. Roots of a polynomial can be visualized as points in the complex plane ℂ. This Demonstration plots a polynomial in the real
,
plane
and the corresponding roots in ℂ.
Contributed by:
Faisal Mohamed
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