Minus the ones that potentially align with the poles.

I’ve posted an example of using the companion matrix before for cubic polynomials: Cardano's solution of the cubic equation - #5 by ivanpribec

Minus the ones that potentially align with the poles.

I’ve posted an example of using the companion matrix before for cubic polynomials: Cardano's solution of the cubic equation - #5 by ivanpribec

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