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7) that the Legendre polynomial Pn(x). • (x - Xn) 8 dx . 3) Finally, let us discuss the effect of errors in the values at the nodes in the Lagrangian case. ; jlc(x) I . ; j lc(x) I " in any particular case. For instance, with n = 11, and equally spaced nodes, we have max EI lc(x) I ~ 25. See NATIONJ\L BUREAU OF STANDARDS (1948). We note, following FREcHET (1920), that the relative error under consideration even for a single non-zero 6 f c, can be arbitrarily large, for n sufficiently large, in the equally spaced case, for points occupying about half of the interval.

2n. 53 Orthogonal Polynomials Jacobi Polynomials These are the polynomials orthogonal in [ - 1, 1] with respect to the weight function w(x) = (1 - x)"' (1 + x)ll where oc. > - 1, fJ > - 1. The ultraspherical polynomials correspond to the case oc. = fJ. Various normalizations are in use. If the basic interval is taken to be [O, 1] the polynomials orthogonal with respect to xq-1 (1 - x)f>-q are denoted by { Gn(P, q, x)}; these have been tabulated by KARMAZINA (1954). Bibliography There is an enormous literature dealing with orthogonal polynomials.

6). Then since q(x) - p(x) + f(x) = q(x) - f(x) - p(x) the signs of q(x) - p(x) and /(x) - p(x) coincide at the n + 2 e-points of I /(x) - p(x) I· because at these points J q- /I S: En • I/ - P J = µ > En · Hence the polynomial q - p, of degree s: n, has n + 2 changes of sign in [a, b] and so n + 1 zeros: it therefore vanishes identically. This· gives µ = max 11 - PI =max 11 - q I =En, in contradiction with our assumption that µ > En. Henceµ =En. We can now use this characterization of the polynomial of best approximation to find it explicitly in two simple cases.

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