Polynomial Multiplication

GUIDE: Mathematics of the Discrete Fourier Transform (DFT). Polynomial Multiplication

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Polynomial Multiplication

Note that when you multiply two polynomials together, their coefficients are convolved. To see this, let $p(x)$ denote the $m$th-order polynomial

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with coefficients $p_i$, and let $q(x)$ denote the $n$th-order polynomial
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with coefficients $q_i$. Then we have [17]
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