Algebra 2

1) Find the roots of the polynomial equation. x^3-2x^2+10x+136=0

2) Use the rational root theorem to list all problem rational roots of the polynomial equation.
x^3+x^2-7x-4=0. Do not find the actual roots.

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1. a little synthetic division yields
(x+4)(x^2-6x+34) ...

well, what are the factors of 4?

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