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If ______ is a polynomial of degree n having no zero in, then for, the famous result proved by T.J. Rivlin, [Amer, Math. Monthly, 67(1960), 251-253] is ____
This inequality is sharp. In this paper, by involving some coefficients of the polynomial, we improve as well as generalize this inequality and has interesting consequences.
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