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Homework Help: college algebra

Posted by niki (help me!) on Wednesday, April 17, 2013 at 3:07pm.

for the function g(x)=5x^6-3x^3+x^2-x, list the possible rational zeros of g(x) and then use synthetic division to factor g(x) completely.


***i'm confused, doesn't this problem need a constant?****

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