np.cheb2poly() method, we can get a polynomial from the Chebyshev series using
np.cheb2poly () . p >
Return: Return array having coefficients of polynomial. p>
Example # 1:
In this example we see that using
np.cheb2poly () we can get polynomial from the Chebyshev series using this method.
[Polynomial ([- 5., 5., 14.], domain = [- 1., 1.], window = [- 1., 1.])]< / blockquote>
Example # 2:
# NumPy import
numpy as np
polynomial as P
np .array ([
# using the np.cheb2poly () method
[Polynomial ([8., -18., -78., 28., 88.], domain = [- 1., 1.], window = [- 1., 1.])]
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