
Find all the zeros of the function and write the polynomial as a product of linear factors. g(x)=3x^34x^2+8x+8 On my graphing calculator it says that it is 2/3. But when I do it by hand using synthetic division, I don't get a zero. I'm going crazy

please help me with this question and check my answers. Solve the problem. A rectangle with width 2x + 5 inches has an area of 2x4 + 9x3  12x2  79x  60 square inches. Write a polynomial that represents its length. ( I don't know how to solve this

1)A.f(x)= x^2+4 B.f(x)= x^24x^2+4x16 C.f(x)= x^2+4x^2+4x+16 D.f(x)= x^24x^24x+16 2)A.+1,+2,+3,+6 B.0,+1,+2,+3,+6,+1/3,+2/3 C.+1,+2,+3,+6,+1/3,+2/3 D.+1,+3,+1/6,+1/3,+1/2,+3/2 4)I don't know what they mean either but this is all it

Write f(x)=x^412x^3+59x^22138x+130 as a product of linear factors. I listed the factors of 130 and used synthetic division, but none of the remainders came out to be 0. I graphed the function, but the function doesn't pass through the xaxis. I figured I

Write f(x)=x^412x^3+59x^2138x+130 as a product of linear factors. I listed the factors of 130 and used synthetic division, but none of the remainders came out to be 0. I graphed the function, but the function doesn't pass through the xaxis. I figured I


Write f(x)=x^412x^3+59x^22138x+130 as a product of linear factors. I listed the factors of 130 and used synthetic division, but none of the remainders came out to be 0. I graphed the function, but the function doesn't pass through the xaxis. I figured I

What is a cubic polynomial function in standard form with zeros 1, –2, and 2? Use synthetic division to find P(3) for P(x) = x^4 – 6x^3 – 4x^2 – 6x – 2. Divide 3x^3 + 3x^2 + 2x – 2 by x + 3 using long division. Divide using synthetic division.

Thanks so much your method worked perfectly! My solution was: the remaining zeros were 5+2i, 3, and 4 I have one question that's bugging me though, why is it that synthetic division did not work for me? I thought that long division and synthetic division

p(x)=x^3+2x^23x+20 one of this functions zeros is 4 When using synthetic division to find all the zeros of a polynomial function, would you plug in 4 or 4 into the actual equation?

I am familiar with this type of problem but can't seem to get the right answer. Use the given zero to find the remaining zeros of each function f(x)=x^49x^3+7x^291x348,zero 52i I normally would use synthetic division with the root 52i bringing it down

find all zeros, write polynomial as product of linear factors 1) f(x)=9x^3  x^2 +9x 9 2) f(x)=x^4 21x^2 100 3) f(x)=x^3 3x^2 5x +39

Consider the following function. g(x) = 6x^4 − 13x^3 − 144x^2 + 325x − 150 (a) Use the zero or root feature of a graphing utility to approximate the zeros of the function accurate to three decimal places. (Enter your answers as a

Find all the zeros of the polynomial function by using the Rational Zero Theorem, Descartes Rule of Signs and Synthetic Division. f(x)=x^33x^233x+35

Use synthetic division to show that x is a solution of the thirddegree polynomial equation, and use the result to factor the polynomial completely. List all the real zeros of the function. x^3  28x  48 = 0 Value of x = 4 Please help!!Thank you

Use synthetic division to show that x is a solution of the thirddegree polynomial equation, and use the result to factor the polynomial completely. List all the real zeros of the function. x^3  28x  48 = 0 Value of x = 4 Please help!!Thank you


can someone please explain synthetic division to me? It's just a specialized way to divide a polynomial by a linear factor using long division. I don't see the reason why anyone would want to learn this technique, because it's just long division. If you

Factor completely with respect to the integers. 1. 9x^2  4 2. x^3 + 64 3. 200x^2  50 4. 8x^3  64 5. x^3 + x^2 + x + 1 6. x^3  2x^2 + 4x  8 7. 2x^3 + 4x^2 + 4x + 8 8. 2x^3 + 3x^2 32x  48 9. 7x^3 + 14x^2 + 7x 10. 6x^3  18x^2  2x +6 11. 3x^4  300x^2

Use synthetic division to show that x is a solution of the thirddegree polynomial equation, and use the result to factor the polynomial completely. List all the real zeros of the function. x^3  28x  48 = 0 x=2 I have no idea how to start this problem!!

Using the given zero, find all the zeroes and write a linear factorization of f(x) 1 + i is a zero of f(x)= x42x^3x^2 + 6x 6 I did synthetic division and I got that it wasn't a zero?

Please check my answers. Thanks! Solve the polynomial equation. In order to obtain the first root, use synthetic division to test the possible rational roots. 5.2x^313x^2+22x8=0 My answer:{1/2,2,4} 6.x^38x^2x+8=0 My answer: {1,1,8} Find the rational

Factor find the zeros x^59x^3 Find the quotient and remainder using long division (x^3x^22x+6)/(x2) Use sythetic division and remainder therem to evalulate P(c) Let P(x)= 6x^740x^6+16x^5200x^460x^369x^2+13x… *Calculate P(7) by (a) using

I am having touble understanding: how to factor the polynomial : 8x^4 6x^3 57x^2 6x65, into its linear factors, given that i is a zero. I tried to use synthetic division, but i keep getting a remainder... please help me understand how to solve it.

Hello, good afternoon. I need help with my precalc hw. we are learning about finding zeros I don't which method I should use for this problem: if i is a zero of x^3+3x^2+ix+(4+i) what do i do? synthetic divison? or long division? when i did long division i

Write the polynomial function as a product of linear factors. 6x^47x^310x^2+17x6

SImplify the expressions. 1. x to the seventh times 1/x squared 2. (3 quaredx to the sixth)cubed 3. x to the nith/ x negitive squared 4. 15xsquaredy/ 6x to the fourthy to the fifth times 6xcubed y squared/5xy USE direct substitution to evaluate the


Find all the zeroes of the polynomial function f(x) = x^35x^2 +6x30. If you use synthetic division, show all three lines of numbers. plss help I asked my friends but they don't know either homework question

Can someone please explain how to do these problems. 1)write a polynomial function of least degree with intregal coefficients whose zeros include 4 and 2i. 2)list all of the possible rational zeros of f(x)= 3x^32x^2+7x+6. 3)Find all of the rational zeros

Write the simplest polynomial function with the zeros 2i, square root of 5, and 2. I know that the conjugates are 2+i and the square root of five, but when I multiply it comes out wrong. not sure A toy rocket is launched from the ground level with an

If the polynomial x^3+6x^2+11x+6 expresses the volume, in cubic inches, of the box, and the width is (x+1)in., what are the dimensions of the box? I need to answer the question in long dvision or synthetic division, the thing is i have no idea how to do

I need help with a few questions, please explain. 1. Write a polynomial function in standard form with zeros 1, 1, 6. 2. Find the roots of the equation x^3 – 3x^2 + x + 5 3. Describe the number and type of roots for the polynomial (how many real and

I have the question what is the equation of the function in the form f(x) = 1/xc for the function with a vertical asymptote at x=1? sketch the graph. I am uncertain how I plug this into a graphing calculator. Could I substitute 1 for x and then put an x

Using the rational zeros theorem to find all zeros of a polynomial The function below has at least one rational zero. Use this fact to find all zeros of the function h(x)=7x^49x^341x^2+13x+6 if more than one zero, separate with commas. Write exact

Using the rational zeros theorem to find all zeros of a polynomial The function below has at least one rational zero. Use this fact to find all zeros of the function g(x)=5x©ù28©ø48x©÷8x+7 if more than one zero, separate with commas. Write exact

Use the Intermediate Value Theorem and a graphing utility to find intervals of length 1 in which the polynomial is guaranteed to have a zero. Use the root feature of a graphing utility to approximate the zeros of the function. h(x)=x^410x^2+2

I assume the poster was trying to type "oblique asymptote" from your answer of 3x+2 + 7/(x1) we can conclude that there is an oblique linear asymptote of y = 3x + 2, and a vertical asymptote at x = 1 for the original function given. how do u find obblique


find the values of a nad b if the function f(x)=2x^3 + ax^2 + bx + 36 has a local max when x=4 and a min when x=5 First you calculate the derivative: f'(x)=6x^2 + 2ax + b (1) At the local maximum and minumum f' is zero. If a polynomial is zero at some

Determine which consecutive integers the real zeros of the function are located. f(x) = 4x^4  16x^3  25x^2 + 196x 146 Is there an easier way to this besides trial and error synthetic division? Also, how do I approximate the real zeros?

How to find the polynomial degree 2 and zeros are (1+i) & (1i) I would like to see the steps to solve this. Thanks. If those are the roots, then the following are factors: (x1i)(x1+i)

Use synthetic division to divide the polynomial 2x^3 – 12x – 5 by x + 4, and write the quotient polynomial and the remainder. [Be careful – notice that there is no x^2 term.] Please Show work.

Use synthetic division to divide the polynomial 2x^3 – 12x – 5 by x + 4, Write the quotient polynomial and the remainder. [Be careful – notice that there is no x2 term.]. Show work.

Use synthetic division to evaluate the polynomial function for the given value of x. f(x)= 2x^5x^3+7x+1, x = 3

for the function g(x)=5x^63x^3+x^2x, list the possible rational zeros of g(x) and then use synthetic division to factor g(x) completely.

Could you help me with the following problem, I don't understand how to do it. Find an nth degree polynomial function with real coefficients satisfying the given conditions. 1. n=3; 3 and i are zeros; f(2)=20

Use synthetic division to divide the polynomial 2x3 – 45x + 28 by x + 5, and write the quotient polynomial and the remainder. [Be careful – notice that there is no x2 term.]. Show work.

Use synthetic division to divide the polynomial 2x3 – 45x + 28 by x + 5, and write the quotient polynomial and the remainder. [Be careful – notice that there is no x2 term.]. Show work.


Could you please check my answers? Find an nth degree polynomial function with real coefficients satisfying the given conditions. 1. n=3; 3 and i are zeros; f(2)=20 I got: f(x)=4^3+12x^24x+12 3.n=3;4 and i zeros;f(3)=60 I got:f(x)=6x^3+24x^2+6x+24

The graph of a secondorder polynomial is shown below, and the intercepts with the axes are marked. Explain how you can use the graph to write the polynomial as a product of linear factors (xa)(xb). Be sure to state the values of a and b.

for my homework I have to graph 4 equations: 1. y=1/4x^2+3x3 2. y=x^2+7x2 3. y<x^2+7x+6 4. y<*1/3x^2+4x+5/2 [<* means greater than OR equal to. I just don't know how to put the line under it] we are allowed to do them on a calculator. but

Could you help me with the following problem, I don't understand how to do it. Am I suppose to use the linear factorization theorem? Find an nth degree polynomial function with real coefficients satisfying the given conditions. 1. n=3; 3 and i are zeros;

Find all zeros of the following polynomial. Write the polynomial in factored form. f(x)=x^33x^2+16x48 I put: x^2(x3)+16(x=3) (x3)(x^2+16) For zeros: x3=0 x=0 **My teacher stated check the equation solution again. What is the value for x and hence what

Create a quadratic polynomial function f(x) and a linear binomial in the form (x − a). Part 1. Show all work using long division to divide your polynomial by the binomial. Part 2. Show all work to evaluate f(a) using the function you created. Part 3.

Explain, in words, the steps to finding all zeros of a polynomial. 1. Synthetic division 2. Simple diamond or dimond grouping 3. set your answer to zero Idk if thats all the steps

find an equation for a ploynomial function with zeros, negative 8, negative 3 over 4, 1 over 5, and 2. hey it is 53h8kkds f (x) = x(x+8)(x+ 3/4)(x 1/5)(x2) will be zero when any one of the factors is zero. Multiply the factors to get the polynomial form.

what should "window" be on the graphing calculator when graphing x^3x^25x+2 to find the zeros?

A polynomial function f(x) with real coefficients has the given degree, zeros, and solution point. Degree: 3 Zeros: 2,2+2√2i Solution Point: f(−1) = −68 (a) Write the function in completely factored form. (b) Write the function in polynomial form.


Find all the zeros of the function. When there is an extended list of possible rational zeros, use a graphing utility to graph the function in order to discard any rational zeros that are obviously not zeros of the function. (Enter your answers as a

When trying to perform a linear regression, my fx9750II calculator doesn't give me the option of graphing once I put the info into lists. The options it gives me are "SRTA", "SRTD", "TOP", and "BTM", but no "GRAPH". I don't know what I'm doing wrong.

3x^39x^231x+5=0 How do I find the zeros, using synthetic division

for the function g(x)=5x^63x^3+x^2x, list the possible rational zeros of g(x) and then use synthetic division to factor g(x) completely. ***i'm confused, doesn't this problem need a constant?****

The polynomial function f is defined by f(x)x^43x^32x^2+4x+5. Use a graphing calculator to find all the points (x,f(x)) where there is a local maximum. Round to the nearest hundredth

The polynomial function f is defined by f(x)x^43x^32x^2+4x+5. Use a graphing calculator to find all the points (x,f(x)) where there is a local maximum. Round to the nearest hundredth

The polynomial function f is defined by f(x)x^43x^32x^2+4x+5. Use a graphing calculator to find all the points (x,f(x)) where there is a local maximum. Round to the nearest hundredth.

The polynomial function f(x) is defined by f(x)=4x^4+9x^3+2x^27x2. Use a graphing calculator to find all the points where there is a local minimum. Round to the nearest hundredth.

how would you simplify y= (x^532)/(x2)? I know that it would equal (x^52^5)/(x2), but what's the next step? It wouldn't be just (x^42^4), would it? kristie, in general I think you can prove (xa)(x^n  a^n); read (xa) divides the expression on the

Use the rational zeros theorem to list the potential reational zeros of the polynomial function. Do not attempt to find the zeros. f(x)=6x^4+9x^3+30x^2+63x+28


Q.1)If one zero of the polynomial 3x2kx2 is 2 find the other zero.allso find the value of k. Q.2)If sum of the zeroes of the polynomial x2xk(2x1) is 0,find the value of k Q.3)If 2 and 3 are the zeroes of the polynomial 3x22kx+2m find the values of k

x^3 + 4x^2 + 14x + 20 use the root or zero feature of a graphing utility to approximate the zeros of the function accurate to three decimal places. I do not know how to use the root or zero feature on my calculator. If someone could just explain how to do

find the complete zeros of the polynomial function. Write f in factored form. f(x)=3x^410x^312x^2+122x39 **Use the complex zeros to write f in factored form.** f(x)= Please show work

Write a polynomial function of minimum degree with real coefficients whose zeros include those listed. Write the polynomial in standard form. 3, 13, and 5 + 4i Urgently need help

write a polynomial function f of least degree that has the rational coefficients, a leading coefficient of 1, and the given zeros. Given zeros: 2,2,1,3, sqrt 11

Divide using long division or synthetic division. (21x^3  7)/(3x  1) Just wondering, how would you solve this problem using synthetic division?

Divide using long division or synthetic division. (21x^3  7)/(3x  1) Just wondering, how would you solve this problem using synthetic division?

Use the rational zeros theorem to find all the real zeros of the polynomial function. Use the zeros to factor f over the real numbers f(x)=9x^4+28x^3+66x^2+196x+21 Find the real zeros of f Use the real zeros to factor f f(x)=

Find the complex zeros of the polynomial function. Write f in the factored form. f(x)=x^33x^2+7x5 f(x)=

use rational zeros theorem to find all the real zeros in the polynomial function. use zeros to factor f over real numbers. f(x)=x^3+10x^213x22 find real zeros of f? use real zeros to factor f?


1. The table shows the number of wild strawberry plants in a particular forest t years after a forest fire. Use a graphing calculator to find the exponential function that best fits the set of data. Number of Wild Strawberry Plants years  wild strawberry

1. Find all rational zeros of the polynomial. Then determine any irrational zeros, and factor the polynomial completely. 3x^411x^3+5x^2+3x 2. Find the polynomial with leading coefficient 1 that has a degree of 4, a zero of multiplicity 2 at x=1 and a zero

Using synthetic division: x^3 + 4x^2  3x  12 / x^2  3 Write it out like a long division problem. x^3 goes into x^3 + 4x^2 3x 12x times. This is the first term of the answer. Multiply x by x^2 3 and write the product under the dividend. That would be

Use the rational zeros theorem to list the potential reational zeros of the polynomial function. Do not attempt to find the zeros. f(x)=6x^4+9x^3+30x^2+63x+28

I'm working with finding roots of polynomial equations with degrees of 3 or higher. I have the equation r(x)=x^46x^3+12x^2=6x13 I used a graphing calculator to find the real roots of 1,1 Then I did synthetic using 1, and I ended up with the equation

I'm working with finding roots of polynomial equations with degrees of 3 or higher. I have the equation r(x)=x^46x^3+12x^2=6x13 I used a graphing calculator to find the real roots of 1,1 Then I did synthetic using 1, and I ended up with the equation

Find all zeros of the polynomial function P(x)=x^4 + 2 x^3  x^2  2 x . If there is more than one zero write them separated by commas. x=

use the rational zeros theorem to find all the real zeros of the polynomial function. Use the zeros to factor f over the real numbers. f(x)=x^38x^231x22

Use the rational zeros theorem to find all the real zeros of the polynomial function. Use the zeros to factor f over the real numbers. f(x)= x^4+6x^311x^224x+28 Molon

use rational zeros theorem to find all the real zeros of the polynomial function. Use the zeros to factor f over the real numbers. f(x)=x^38x^231x22 **please show work**


use the rational zeros theorem to find all the real zeros of the polynomial function. use the zeros to factor f over the real numbers: f(x)=x^4+2x^37x^28x+12 I am totally lost, please help?

Is it possible to find a rational function that has xintercepts (2,0) and (2,0), but has vertical asymptote x=1 and horizontal asymptote of y=0? The horizontal asymptote and the xintercepts parts stump me. If you can't reach y=0, then how can you get

Use the rational zeros theorem to find all the real zeros of the polynomial function. Use the zeros to factor f over the real numbers. f(x)=2x^3x^2+2x1

find the complex zeros of the polynomial function. write F in the factored form. f(X)=x^37x^2+20x24 use the complex zeros to write f in factored form. f(x)= (reduce fractions and simplify roots)

Find the complex zeros of the polynomial function. Write f in factored form. F(x)=x^38x^2+29x52 Use the complex zeros to write f in factored form F(x)=____(reduce fractions and simplify roots)

How do you find the zeros in the equation: x^3x^25x+2 in a graphing calculator

How do you find the zeros in the equation: x^3x^25x+2 in a graphing calculator

This one has me stumped. Find the least integral upper bound of the zeros of the function f(x)=x^3x^2+1 So by the rational root theorem, 1 and 1 might be roots. by using synthetic division, i get the following values: for f(1)=1 f(0)=1 f(1)=1 f(2)=5

I have two questions that I don't understand and need help with. 1. information is given about a polynomial f(x) whose coefficients are real numbers. Find the remaining zerosof f. degree 4, zeros i;9+i 2. form a polynomial f(x) with real coefficients

What answers this definition: A polynomial, you would write the polynomial as a product of factors.


anybody have a graphing calculator on them? Can you please enter: a) binomcdf(10,1/5,4) b) 1binomcdf(10,1/5,6) c) binompdf(95,0.3,30) I forgot my calculator at school, if you could write out the full answer it would be much appreciated. Thank you!

please check my answers and help me with the last one please, I cant get it to come out right. Divide using long division or synthetic division. 2.(x^2 + 13x + 40)/ (x + 5) I got x + 8 5. 3m^3+7m^216m+16/ m+4 i got 3m^25m+4 7.(21x^3  7)/(3x  1)(this

blank is a polynomial, you would write the polynomial as a product of factors?

A polynomial function with rational coefficients has the following zeros. Find all additional zeros. 2, 2 + ã10

Suppose that a polynomial function of degree 5 with rational coefficients has 6, −2+4i, 4−sqrt2 as zeros. Find the other zeros. Thank you!