algebra 2
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List all possible rational zeros of each function.
f(x)=4x^5+4x^29
Find all rational roots of each function
f(x)=2x^3+x^2+8x+4

second:
x^2(2x+1)+4(2x+1)
(2x+1)(x^2+4)
(2x+1)(x+j)(xj)
so if the expression were equal zero, then
zeroes are 1/2, j,+j where j= sqrt(1)
so the only rational root is 1/2
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