how to get the highest power of polynomial matlab
To obtain the highest power of a polynomial in Matlab, you can use the
length function to determine the number of coefficients in the polynomial and subtract 1. Here is the code snippet:
coefficients = [1, 2, 3, 4]; % example coefficients of a polynomial
highest_power = length(coefficients) - 1;
In this example, the
coefficients variable represents the coefficients of the polynomial. You can replace it with the coefficients of your specific polynomial. The
highest_power variable will store the highest power of the polynomial.
Note that the
length function returns the number of elements in an array. Since the coefficients of a polynomial are typically stored in descending order of powers, the highest power of the polynomial is equal to the number of coefficients minus 1.
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