Polynomial coefficient vector to symbolic polynomial
r = poly2sym(c)
r = poly2sym(c,v)
r = poly2sym(c) returns a symbolic representation of the polynomial whose coefficients form the numeric vector c. The default symbolic variable is x. The variable v can be specified as a second input argument. If c = [c1 c2 ... cn], r = poly2sym(c) has the form
poly2sym uses sym's default (rational) conversion mode to convert the numeric coefficients to symbolic constants. This mode expresses the symbolic coefficient approximately as a ratio of integers, if sym can find a simple ratio that approximates the numeric value, otherwise as an integer multiplied by a power of 2.
r = poly2sym(c,v) is a polynomial in the symbolic variable v with coefficients from the vector c. If v has a numeric value and sym expresses the elements of c exactly, eval(poly2sym(c)) returns the same value as polyval(c, v).
poly2sym([1 3 2])
ans = x^2 + 3*x + 2
poly2sym([.694228, .333, 6.2832])
ans = (6253049924220329*x^2)/9007199254740992 +... (333*x)/1000 + 3927/625
poly2sym([1 0 1 -1 2], y)
ans = y^4 + y^2 - y + 2