Define Value of Polynomial at a Point.

The value of the polynomial at a point is defined as the value obtained at a specific point for the given function.

For example, let the polynomial function be P(x)= x+1.

Then the polynomial at the point, say x= 1, is given by P(1) = 1+1 = 2

Therefore, the value of the polynomial P(X) at x= 1 is 2.

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