What bound is there on the roots of a given polynomial, in terms of its degree and coefficiients?
Consider the polynomial $p(x) = 3x^7 – 5x^3 + 42$. Would you not agree, without doing any calculation, that one million ($10^6$) cannot be a root? It just wouldn’t be in accord with the smallness of the coefficients and the well-behavedness of polynomials. And yet I don’t recall ever having encountered anything in the literature that gave a bound on the absolute value of the roots of a polynomial in terms of the degree and coefficients of the polynomial, but I’m pretty sure such must exist, and that I simply missed it, and so I’m tagging this a a reference-request.
By the way, during my post of a question, every time, it seems, there are stray graphics on the screen, as if from someone else's question or answer. Is this happening to anyone else?