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Random polynomials revisited
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A few days ago I wrote about the expected number of roots in a random polynomial where each coefficient is drawn from a standard normal, i.e. a Gaussian distribution with mean 0 and variance 1. Another class of random polynomials, one that comes up in applications to physics, draws each coefficient from a different distribution. […] The post Random polynomials revisited first appeared on John D. Cook.
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