# Analytic Theory of Polynomials: Critical Points, Zeros and by Qazi Ibadur Rahman

This article offers effortless to appreciate proofs of a few of the main tricky effects approximately polynomials. It includes a self-contained account of the houses of polynomials as analytic services of a unique kind.
The zeros of compositions of polynomials also are investigated besides their development, and a few of those concerns result in the research of analogous questions for trigonometric polynomials and likely transcendental complete features. The power of equipment are totally defined and established via purposes.

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