I need to find how many roots this equation has. What will be the easiest way to remember how to do this?

I need to find how many roots this equation has. What will be the easiest way to remember how to do this?

Consider the following function values http://oi61.tinypic.com/msoiuc.jpg also given http://oi57.tinypic.com/2cxux5h.jpg a ) Set up a system of equations...

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I am having issues with how to word out this whole thing, math is one of my most weakest link as a student especially when it comes to explaining a problem out. I need help simplifying (3x2 -4x +7)...

this is of class 10 polynomials chapter plz help me soon

it is of polynomials class 10 plz help me to solve it

f (x) = x^4 + 8x^3 + 79x^2 + 512x + 960

with a fifth degree, 1is a zero of multiplicity 3, -2 is the only other zero and the leading coefficient is 2

Solve this math problem, i have had trouble and need help with it please

Let p(x) be a polynomial with rational coefficients. Probs that there exists a positive integer n such that the polynomial q(x) defined by q(x) = p(x+n) - p(x) has...

For the polynomial determine the degree.list each real zero and its multiplicity . Determine whether the graph crosses or touches the x axis at each x intercept

Why is this polynomial prime? x2+100 when factoring this, why it can be factored as (x+10)(x+10)? I am sorry I am trying to understand this...

A degree 4 polynomial with integer coefficients has zeros −5−2i and 1, with 1 a zero of multiplicity 2. If the coefficient of x^4 is 1, what is the function of the polynomial

the equation 2x3 +5x2 -x-1=0 has roots a,b,r. Find the equation the roots of which are a3,b3 ,r3.

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If a +b = 8 and 27^a / 3^b = 81, what is the value of a? No calculator allowed

find relationship and verify in alpha beta gama

trying to find upper and lower bound of the 0s

Construct a polynomial functionf(x) that has all the following properties (there is more than one possible answer): f has degree 6, f has four real zeros (not all distinct), 2 is a zero...