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What is an example of a quintic polynomial function that has exactly four zeros?

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    If you mean four distinct zeros, any 5th-degree with a single repeated root.

    x(x-1)(x+1)(x+168787)^2

    is one.

    All nth-degree polynomials have exactly n roots, some of which may be repeated.

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