Kevin C. answered • 04/28/14

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Are you sure this equation is correct? The only possible rational zeros are + or - {1, 2, 4, 7, 14, 28} and I don't think any of these work. The only way I see to solve this is graphing. If the equation is:

F(x) = x

^{2}- 3x - 28, try factoring, using x - 7, and x + 4 as factors.Kevin