# Calculation Of Bernoulli Polynomials In MatLab®

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In calculus, Bernoulli numbers and binomial coefficients are combined in Bernoulli polynomials. Matlab® provides a very useful command that you can calculate these Bernoulli polynomials easily which is the ‘bernoulli()’ command.

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Here, we simply explain the use of the ‘bernoulli()’ polynomial to calculate bernoulli polynomials in Matlab® with a very basic example below. You can also try this code in your own Matlab® software.

## How To Use The ‘bernoulli()’ Command In MatLab®?

``````>> bernoulli(10,1)

ans =

0.0758

>> ``````

As you see in the example above, the use of the ‘bernoulli()’ command is very simple. Two elements need to be defined inside brackets. Bernoulli polynomial is defined like below;

According to this formula, the first term which is ’10’ at the above example is ‘n’, and the second term, which is ‘1’ in the example above is ‘t’.

## Conclusion

So, the calculation of the bernoulli polynomials is like above in Matlab®.

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