Posted by **Anonymous** on Friday, December 9, 2011 at 10:27am.

Determine the x-intercepts of the polynomial function y=-6(x+7)^4 + 5. Round to two decimal places, if necessary.

y=-6(x+7)^4 + 5

0=-6(x+7)^4 + 5

-5=6(x+7)^4

-5/6 =(x+7)^4

There are no x-intercepts??

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