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Unformatted text preview: +( 29 4 3 2 Find the real zeros of 2 13 29 27 9. Write in factored form. f x x x x x f = + + + + OBJECTIVE 4 4 3 2 Solve the equation: 2 13 29 27 9 x x x x + + + + = OBJECTIVE 5 BOUND OBJECTIVE 6 Using the function from the last example, determine whether there is a repeated zero or two distinct zeros near 3.30....
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 Summer '10
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 Factor Theorem, Remainder

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