Using the np.hermpow()
method, we can get the cardinality of the Hermite series using np.hermpow ()
.
Syntax:
np.hermpow (series, pow)
Return: Return the coefficient of series after applying power.
Example # 1:
In this example, we see that with np.hermpow ()
we can get the coefficient of the row after including the Hermite row using this method.

Output:
[10449. 8308 21970 6228 8003 1004 846 40 25]
Example # 2:
# numpy and hermpow imports
import
numpy as np
from
numpy.polynomial.hermite
import hermpow
series
=
np.array ([
1
,
2
,
3
])
# using the np method. hermpow ()
gfg
=
hermpow (series,
3
)
print
(gfg )
Output:
[2257. 2358. 3837. 908. 711. 54. 27.]
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