TAYLOR R.

asked • 01/25/18

Third-degree, with zeros of 1−i , 1+i , and 2 , and a leading coefficient of −4 .

SOLVE THIS PLEASE  POLYNOMIAL FUNCTION

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Philip P. answered • 01/25/18

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TAYLOR R.

so is that the answer I need the most simplified version
 
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01/25/18

Philip P.

Multiply it out to put it into standard form: y = ax3 + bx2 + cx + d.  You can do that, right?
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01/25/18

Arturo O.

Student,
 
Also keep in mind that the coefficients a, b, c, and d must all come out real, or you made a mistake in the multiplication.  You already know a = -4.
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