Algebra 2
posted by Christina .
Solve each equation by graphing. Where necessary, round to the nearest hundredth
x^3+3x+4=0

We don't have the tools do provide graphs for you. You should graph the function yourself to see where it is zero. x = 1 is one place. Near x = 2.2 there is another. There should be a third somewhere.
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