Polynomial : f(x).f(1/x), Mathematics

A polynomial satisfies the following relation f(x).f(1/x)= f(x)+f(1/x). f(2) = 33. fIND f(3)

Ans) The required polynomial is x^5 +1.

This polynomial satisfies the condition stated above.

Therefore, f[3] = 244.

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