7 Answered Questions for the topic Multiplicity

12/09/19

#### Polynomial Functions - Zeroes and Multiplicity

A polynomial function has zeros at 5/2 (multiplicity 2), 3 (multiplicity 1), and 0 (multiplicity 4). Write a function in standard form that could represent this function.I'm confused as to how to...
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03/15/19

#### The zeros of P(x)=x^2+4 are (and multiplicity)

The zeros of P(x)=x^2+4 are x1= ……. + ………. i with negative imaginary part,it's multiplicity is ………… ; and x1= ……. + ………. i with positive imaginary part,it's multiplicity is ………… .thanks a lot

Multiplicity Polynomial

06/15/17

#### Polynomials

A polynomial P(x) of degree 5 with real coefficients has 7 as a zero of multiplicity 3 and 1+2i as a complex zero. Find all zeros of P(x) and give a possible form of the polynomial.

Multiplicity Polynomial

03/26/17

#### If a polynomial has an x-intercept at (9,0) woth a multiplicity of 2, what will the graph look like at the x-intercept?

I'm not quite sure about the concpt of multiplicity. I'm supposed to answer this without graphing it, but in sentences instead.

11/06/16

#### Zeros & Multiplicities of Polynomial

Given the polynomial f(x)=-.0029(x+12)(x+5)2(x-9)3find the zeros and their corresponding multiplicities.I know that in order to find the zeros you must factor and set the equation equal to zero and...
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10/12/15

#### How do you know the multiplicity is 2?

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...
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03/04/14

#### Find the zeros of P(x) and its multiplicity

the zeros of P(x)=x2+25 are
x1= ()+()i with negative imaginary part
its multiplicity is=
x2= ()+()i with positive imaginary part
its multiplicity is=

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