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CurlyFry  Feb 8, 2018
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### ​ Factor the polynomial function over the complex numbers.

AngelRay  Feb 8, 2018
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### ​ Enter the number of complex zeros for the polynomial function in the box.

AngelRay  Feb 8, 2018
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### ​ What are the zeros of the polynomial function?

AngelRay  Feb 8, 2018
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### ​ One of the zeros of the polynomial function is 2.

AngelRay  Feb 8, 2018
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### ​ What are the factors of the polynomial function?

AngelRay  Feb 8, 2018
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### ​ Which statements are true about the polynomial function?

AngelRay  Feb 7, 2018
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### Is the binomial a factor of the polynomial function?

AngelRay  Feb 7, 2018
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### ​ Divide.

AngelRay  Feb 7, 2018
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### ​ Alek is using synthetic division to divide x3+4x2−43x−10 by x−5 .

AngelRay  Feb 7, 2018
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### ​ Which graph represents f(x)=x6 ?

AngelRay  Feb 7, 2018
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### ​ Which graph represents f(x)=−12x2 ?

AngelRay  Feb 7, 2018
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### The table shows ordered pairs for a polynomial function, f.

AngelRay  Feb 7, 2018
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### Help. ​

NotSoSmart  Feb 7, 2018
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ManuelBautista2019  Feb 7, 2018
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### Write the expression as a simplified rational expression

SamJones  Feb 7, 2018
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### ​ Simplify the expression

SamJones  Feb 7, 2018
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### Write an equation to represent this situation. (b) Solve the equation.

SamJones  Feb 7, 2018
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### ​ Simplify the expression using long division. Show your work.

SamJones  Feb 7, 2018
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### ​ Consider the function (Hope you all can see)

SamJones  Feb 7, 2018
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SamJones  Feb 7, 2018
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### #6 Help. ​

NotSoSmart  Feb 7, 2018
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### #7 Help. ​

NotSoSmart  Feb 7, 2018