Using the np.chebroots()
method, we can get the roots of the Chebyshev series using np.chebroots ()
.
Syntax:
np.chebroots (array of coefficients)
Return: Return the array having roots of chebyshev series.
Example # 1:
In this example, we see that with np.chebroots ()
we we can get the roots of Chebyshev rows using this method.

Output:
[3.83265557 0.71484143 0.54749701]
Example # 2:

Output:
[1.02213642 0.38135467 0.40624906 0.94724203]
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