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I got a Linear Algebra question.

I'm suppose to find two polynomials p1 and p2 both of highest degree 3, and which satisfies the following:

p1(-1) = 1

p1'(-1) = 0

p2(1) = 3

p2'(1) = 0

p1(0) = p2(0)

p1'(0) = p2'(0)

I hope that there is somebody out there who can explain to me how I do that ?

Thanks in advance.

Fred

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# Determining polynomials

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