How do you find the roots of polynomial equations with highest powers of either 3 or 4. Step by step directions would helike please. Well, i have tried those methods. I still cant find...

How do you find the roots of polynomial equations with highest powers of either 3 or 4. Step by step directions would helike please. Well, i have tried those methods. I still cant find...

3x^3+4x^2−7x+2=0 x^4+8x^3+6x^2−5x+14=0 a polynomial has real coefficients. the degree is 4. two zeros are i and 9+i.

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

Determine all the real zeros of f(x)= x4-x3-5x2+3x+6 I'm not sure how this would be factored out, thank you in advance

Find a polynomial of lowest degree with rational coefficents that has the given numbers as some of its zeros. The zeros are the square root of 3, and 5i Thanks!

For the polynomial below, 3 is a zero. h(x)=x3+3x2-16x-6 Express h(x) as a product of linear factors.

This is the full question: Given the function f(x)=x2+10x+24, the factors are _____ and _____, which means that the zeroes of the function occur at _____ and ___. I just...

zeros(x-intercepts) local maximum global maximum local minimum global minumum

possible zeros: total zeros: synthetic division: solving a quadratic (if necessary) answer (list the zeros and the factoted form of f(x)

Formula: 3x^2 +2

I am having trouble figuring out how to find the multiple types of zeros. I thought you just set the equation to 0 and go from there. I have a math problem that says: For the polynomial function f(x)=2x3+5x2-28x-15...

Please help with this and show all the steps. Thank you.