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use the rational theorem to select the values that are possible zeroes of the function f(x)=6x^3-2x^2+x+3 select all that apply

-3
-2/3
3/2
6

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  1. To find zeros, I would have tried x = ±3, and ± 2/3
    for f(x)

    However, this is a poor equation to use, since it doesn't have any rational factors at all.

    posted by Reiny

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