Find the maximum number of zeros the following Polynominal may have. Do not attempt to find zeros.

f(x) = 7x

^{3}-4x^{2}+x+8Find the maximum number of zeros the following Polynominal may have. Do not attempt to find zeros.

f(x) = 7x^{3}-4x^{2}+x+8

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Baton Rouge, LA

Three, it's a third degree polynomial. The degree(highest exponent) tells you how many times it crosses the x axis, which are the roots.

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Robert,

The very good answer provided by Suneil to your other question --

has the answer for this question. Read it carefully, and I think you will find it.

Best wishes.

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