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1.)  When the polynomial p (x) is divided by (x + 3),  The quotient is x^2-1.  What is p(x)? And how do you find p(x)?

 

2.)  suppose p(x) Is the product of a polynomial of degree 4  and a cubic polynomial. How many complex zeros does p(x)  have? Explain

Guest Oct 4, 2018
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1.)  When the polynomial p (x) is divided by (x + 3),  The quotient is x^2-1.  What is p(x)? And how do you find p(x)?


 

2.)  suppose p(x) Is the product of a polynomial of degree 4  and a cubic polynomial. How many complex zeros does p(x)  have? Explain

 

p (x) has a maximum of 7 zeros

 

x^4*x^3=x^7

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Omi67  Oct 4, 2018
edited by Omi67  Oct 4, 2018

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