800 Answered Questions for the topic Polynomials


i need help finding the domain and range!!!

please help me find the following for the function- 4x^(6)+2x^(5)-2x^(4)+2x^(3)-0x^(2)+0x-6 Domain and range The y-intercept All real and complex zeros Minimums and maximums A description of the... more


Find the polynomial

Find the polynomial. Degree 4; only zeros are 4, 3+i, and 3-i
Polynomials Math Calculus



Let 𝑇3 be the Maclaurin polynomial of 𝑓(𝑥)=𝑒^𝑥. Use the Error Bound to find the maximum possible value of |𝑓(1.2)−𝑇3(1.2)|. |𝑓(1.2)−𝑇3(1.2)|≤


polynomial bday project please help me

The Birthday Polynomial ProjectTask: To create, characterize, graph, and present a polynomial function that reflects you.Process:1. Identify IN ORDER the digits of the month (1 or 2 digits), day (1... more


Third-degree, with zeros of -2, -1, and 3, and passes through the point (2,9)

Polynomials Math


Find an​ nth-degree polynomial function with real coefficients satisfying the given conditions

n=3-2 and 6+5 i are the zerosf(-1)=74


Find a formula for the polynomial P(x)

degree:3root of multiplicity 2 at x=4root of multiplicity 1 at x=-1y-intercept (0,9.6)


for the polynomial below, -1 is a zero. f(x)=x^3+5x^2+x-3 express f(x) as a product of linear factors

for the polynomial below, -1 is a zero. f(x)=x3+5x2+x-3 express f(x) as a product of linear factors


Form a polynomial

Zeros:-1,1,8 degrees:3form a polynomial whose zeros and degree are given
Polynomials Zeros


Identify the zero(s) of f(x)=x^3-2x^2+x-2



Find (4x^4+6x^3+6x-2)\div(2x^2+2x-3)


The Factor Theorem

Use the Factor Theorem to determine whether x-1 is a factor of =Px+−2x3−2x22x8 .Specifically, evaluate P at the proper value, and then determine whether x-1 is a factor.p(?) = ?is p(x) a factor of... more


Finding all possible rational zeros using the rational zeros theorem: Problem type 1

Use the rational zeros theorem to list all possible rational zeros of the following.g(x) = −x3 + 4x2 − 5x - 7Be sure that no value in your list appears more than once.


Writing the equation of a quadratic function given its graph

Find the equation of the quadratic function F whose graph is shown below.(6,10)(4,2)F(x) =


Use the rational zeros theorem to list all possible rational zeros of the following.

f(x) = 3x3 + x2 - 8x + 7Be sure that no value in your list appears more than once.


Find a polynomial F(x ) of degree 5 that has the following zeros.

8(multiplicity 2) -2, -9, 0Leave your answer in factored form.


For each function, determine whether it is a polynomial function.

u(x) = 3x(x+1)(x-4)2 f(x) = 1/x4 - 3x9 +5 h(x) = -x2 + 6x6 v(x) = 6√x Are all the functions polynomials or not?


Find a polynomial f(x) of degree 3 that has the following zeros.

0, -9, 5 Leave your answer in factored form.F(x)=?


For each equation, determine whether it represents a direct variation, an inverse variation, or neither. Find the constant of variation when one exists and write it in simplest form.

QUESTION 1-16 = 2xyIs it a direct variationConstant of variation: K =Is it an inverse variationConstant of variation: K =Is it neitherQUESTION 2 5x = 2y+3Is it a direct variationConstant of... more

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