# How to display a polynomial?

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Ish il 3 Dic 2013
Commentato: sixwwwwww il 3 Dic 2013
Create a function file named Func01_p4.m which has 4 arguments: x, a, b, and c. The independent variable being x of the function below:
Y = ax^2+bx+c
Download the data04_02.txt from the course website. This file consists of 3 space-­‐delimited integers. In your main script file, store these integers into the respective variables: a, b, and c. These will be the coefficients of the 2nd degree polynomial you will be integrating. Any time you refer to @Func01_p4 make sure you use the appropriate arguments (a, b, and c).
Display the polynomial like you were writing an equation (see below):
(7)*x^2 + (1)*x + (3)
where 7, 1, and 3 are the coefficients a, b, and c respectively that you imported from the file (which are different from these coefficients).
I got the part where it asks to store the integers into respective variables, but I don't get what it means by Display the polynomial like you were writing an equation.
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sixwwwwww il 3 Dic 2013
you can do something like this:
fprintf('(%d) * x^2 + (%d) * x + %d\n', a, b, c)
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sixwwwwww il 3 Dic 2013
'\n' mean new line. so after executing fprintf command the cursor goes to next line on the command window. Fpr more infomation you can see:

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