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Zeros of Bernoulli, generalized Bernoulli and Euler polynomials. (English) Zbl 0645.10015
Author’s abstract: “It is shown that the Bernoulli polynomials B n (z), the Euler polynomials E n (z) and the generalized Bernoulli polynomials B χ n (z) associated with certain quadratic characters have no zero inside a parabolic region if n is sufficiently large. Zero-free regions are also found for individual polynomials, and for the partial sums of sine and cosine. The proofs are based on a result on the maximum modulus of the zeros of polynomials related to the B n (z), E n (z) and B χ n (z). Finally, the distribution of the real zeros of B n (z) and E n (z) is studied. The results are similar to the known results on the real zeros of B n (z).”
Reviewer: L.Skula
MSC:
11B39Fibonacci and Lucas numbers, etc.