Write a polynomial function of least degree with real coefficients in standard form that has -2, 1, and 4i as zeros
Write a polynomial function of least degree with real coefficients in standard form that has -2, 1, and 4i as zeros
The 1st problem is: 3, 2, -2 & the 2nd problem is: 3, 1, -2, -4
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possible zeros: total zeros: synthetic division: solving a quadratic (if necessary) answer (list the zeros and the factoted form of f(x)
a) x= -2,1,3 b) x= -3,3,i c) x= -2,-2,2-3i,4+√2
I'm in algebra two and this is in my homework.
Write a polynomial with zeros 2+i and -4?
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