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December 21st, 2007, 09:51 PM  #12 
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When referring to a polynomial, one should refer to "zeros" instead of "roots"; "roots" refers to the solutions of an equation, but "zeros" (of a polynomial P) refers to the roots of the specific equation P = 0.


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