Prashant K.

asked • 12/07/16# Polynomial related question

Consider the polynomial P(x)=(x-1)(x+2)(x-3)(x-4)(x-6)-100The equation p(x)=0 has two real and two imaginary roots How... Explain it..

The equation p(x)=0 has roots.

Please tell me the number of roots with their types (real/imaginary) and also explain how to find ?

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Kenneth S. answered • 12/08/16

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Prashant K.

There is no relation between them. They are just the same.

Please explain the process to find out the roots?

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Kenneth S.

The student's answer to Mark M's comment (inquiry) is illogical...it cannot be that both

**THERE IS NO RELATION BETWEEN THEM**and**they are just the same**are true. He is using two different polynomial names (P and p) and has not defined the latter. I think my answer is a good one.
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