Find the Zeros
posted by Mishaka .
Find the three zeros for the following function on the interval 5 </= x </= 5
(1 + 50sin(x)) / (x^2 + 3)

when is sin x = .02 ??? (x in radians I assume)
x = .02
x = pi + .02 = 3.16
x = pi +.02 = 3.12 
Thank you Damon. The first time I posted this question, someone gave me the answer 3.1216 for the positive zero. But when I doublechecked the answer, it didn't work correctly. I figured something was up and wanted to clarify the answer. 3.161593987 works beautifully in solving the problem, thanks again!

You are welcome.
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