Yairelys C.

asked • 11/05/12

how do you find zeros of a polynomial?

I need to know How do you find zeros of a polynomial step by step.

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Robert J. answered • 11/05/12

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Rizul N. answered • 11/05/12

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For clarification, x2+2x+2 does not factor to (x+1)(x+2), but x2+3x+2 does.

 

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Chris S. answered • 11/05/12

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