Posted by **bobpursley** on Wednesday, May 30, 2007 at 9:22pm.

You have a difference of squares

(x^2-3)(x^2+3)

One of these factors to two real roots, the other to two imaginary roots.

You have a difference of squares

(x^2-3)(x^2+3)

One of these factors to two real roots, the other to two imaginary roots.

Let g(x)= x^4 - 9

wat are the real factors of g(x) and all the real roots of g(x) = 0

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