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Find all real and imaginary roots of the polynomial equation 3x^4x^3+4x^22x4=0
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a little synthetic division shows that
3x^4x^3+4x^22x4 = (x1)(x+2)(x2)(3x+1)
that should helpposted by Steve

oops my bad
(x1)(3x+2)(x^2+2)posted by Steve
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