Let P and Q be two polynomials given by the list of their coefficients
then rootof(P,Q) gives the value P(α) where α is the
root of Q with largest real part (and largest imaginary part in
case of equality).
In exact computations, Xcas will rewrite rational evaluations
of rootof as a unique rootof with degree(P)<degree(Q).
If the resulting rootof is the solution of a second degree equation,
it will be simplified.
Example
Let α be the root with largest imaginary
part of Q(x)=x^{4}+10x^{2}+1 (all roots of Q have real part equal to 0).
| =−α^{3}−10α |
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