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Homework Help: Math (Trigenometry)

Posted by Desprate on Tuesday, February 8, 2011 at 6:45pm.

Using the factors (-5x+4) and (x+1), find the remaining factor (s) of f(x)=-20x^4+91x^3+60x^2-71x-20 and write the polynomial in full factored form.

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