college algebra
posted by Zura .
Need help finding the xintercepts
y=x^3+x^2100x100
I know that the answer is (10,0),(10,0),(1,0) I don't understand how to get (10,0) and (10,0)

if you rearrange things a bit, you see
x^3100x + x^2100
= x(x^2100) + 1(x^2100)
= (x+1)(x^2100)
= (x+1)(x10)(x+10)
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