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Linear Factors Theorem and Conjugate Zeros Theorem

Suppose that R(x) is a polynomial of degree 15 whose coefficients are real numbers.Also, suppose that R(x) has the following zeros.   1-i, -3i, 4(with multiplicity 4)Answer the following: a)... more
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Linear factors theorem and conjugate zeros theorem

Suppose that R(x) is a polynomial of degree 7 whose coefficients are real numbers.   Also, suppose that R(x) has the following zeros.   4+i, -1+3i, -4i   Answer the following: a) Find... more
Conjugate Zeros


Conjugate Zeros

a. Find the quadratic polynomial with the zeros x=i and x=2i and leading coefficient of 1   b. This polynomial has no complex conjugate zeros. Why does this not contradict the complex zeros theorem? more

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