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"Muhammad Ali" wrote in message <kc7gfg$25e$1@newscl01ah.mathworks.com>...
> i have a characteristic polynomial equation (M = (s^4) + (0.6*s^3) + (0.65*s^2) + (0.6*s) + 0.006) i need to change this matrix form.... dont know which codes to use
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Your question isn't very clear. I'm guessing that POLYVALM is what you might be looking for.