f(x)= x^4 - x^3 - 20x^2 Find all real zeros and determine the multiplicity of each. i did my factors and got 5,4,1,20,10,2 so i did synthetic with 5 and it was a factor. then I did synthetic...
f(x)= x^4 - x^3 - 20x^2 Find all real zeros and determine the multiplicity of each. i did my factors and got 5,4,1,20,10,2 so i did synthetic with 5 and it was a factor. then I did synthetic...
I just need to know how to use the quadratic formula so I can begin to understand it in a better and easier way.
An object is dropped from 34 feet below the tip of the pinnacle atop a 1190 feet tall building. The height h of the object after t seconds is given by the equation h=-16t^2=1156. Find how many seconds...
need help solving this problem
sorry i wrote the last question wrong its X(3x-1)=10
Factoring the trinomial 4y7-12y5+16y3
solve in factored form
Factor fully with steps
x(3x-1)=0
15x^2-2x-1=0
x2(x2-4)-25(x2-4)
Suppose that Arlene can mow the entire lawn in 40 minutes less time with the power mower than she can with the push mower. One day the power mower broke down after she had been mowing for 30 minutes...
I know the answer is 7, but I can't count on trial and error, or luck , to help me on a test! What's the best method to finding the answer, especially since I need to show my work?
I know the answer: (x+2)(3x-1) But I want to know HOW to get this answer
THIS IS REALLY HARD AND I NEED IT FOR MY FLVS
The whole question: If set A is the set containing the positive integer factors of 12 and set B is the set containing the positive integer factors of 16, how many different numbers are in both...
p2-6p+5=0
Y2-X2/4=1 x2-y2/9=1
I need help to factor this problem x^3-x^2+1
Factor the left side of the equation... I have no clue how to do this... 1) x2-y2=1 2) y2-x2/4=1 3) x2-y2/9=1