Find the sum of squares of all real roots of the polynomial f(x)=x^5−7x^3+2x^2−30x+6.
Math (Algebra) - amgad ahmed, Wednesday, May 8, 2013 at 11:20am
The solutions of this equation are:
X1 = 0.20081
X2 = 3.05709
X3 = -3.2579
X4 = 1.73205*i
X5 = -1.73205*i
so u need sum of all real roorts=20
sum=20 mr.brilliant
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