Table Format

D

Degree of the polynomial.

Measure

Mahler measure of the polynomial, rounded (not truncated) at the last digit
shown.

Out

Number of roots of the polynomial that lie outside the unit disk.

Coefficients

As each polynomial is reciprocal, we list only the coefficients of the
first half of each polynomial, from the leading coefficient to the middle
coefficient.
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