### 2.24.25 Random list : `ranm`

`ranm` takes as argument an integer `n`.

`ranm` returns a list of `n` random integers (between -99 and +99).
This list can be seen as the coefficients of an univariate
polynomial of degree `n-1`
(see also 2.41.3 and ??).

Input :

`ranm(3)`

Output :

`[68,-21,56]`