Algebra II
posted by Anonymous .
Find all real number soultions. x^39x^2+27x27

If you want solutions, you have to write an equation, not just a polynomial.
I assume you want the solution(s) to
x^3 9x^2 +27x 27 = 0
Since that can be written (x3)^3 = 0, the only solution is x = 3.
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