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Polynomial $p(x) = 0$ for all $x$ implies coefficients of polynomial are zero
I am curious why the following is true. The text I am reading is "An Introduction to Numerical Analysis" by Atkinson, 2nd edition, page 133, line 4. $p(x)$ is a polynomial of the form: $$ p(x) = ...
Aug 28 '11 at 3:31
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