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and how could I represent that by a matrix?

Thanks

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and how could I represent that by a matrix?

Thanks

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How about

[tex]a_0 x^n + a_1 x^{n-1} y + a_3 x^{n-2} y^2 + \cdot \cdot \cdot + a_n y^n + P(x) + Q(y)[/tex]

where P and Q are polynomials in their respective arguments?

[tex]a_0 x^n + a_1 x^{n-1} y + a_3 x^{n-2} y^2 + \cdot \cdot \cdot + a_n y^n + P(x) + Q(y)[/tex]

where P and Q are polynomials in their respective arguments?

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respective arguments?

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Arguments - meaning P(x) is a polynomial in x and Q(y) is a polynomial in y.

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