Math1314LAB2chapter3

Math1314LAB2chapter3 - + ≠ a) How many intercepts can...

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Math1314.XS3 Name: LAB#2 CHAPTER 3 Problem#1 (5pts): For the function 3 2 ( ) 7 8 16 f x x x x = - + + a) Find f(10) using synthetic division. b) Is 10 a zero of the function? explain c) Use synthetic division to determine if x+1 is a factor of f(x) d) Is -1 a zero of the function? explain e) List all the zeros of the polynomial f) Write the polynomial function as a product of linear factors. Problem#2 (5pts):
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For the function 3 2 ( ) ,( ,, , , 0) f x ax bx cx d a b c d = + +
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Unformatted text preview: + ≠ a) How many intercepts can there be? b) Does the degree of this polynomial function guarantee any x-intercepts? c) Will the graph pass through the origin? d) Could the graph “touch” the x-axis in two different places? e) Identify the end behavior of the graph f) If it is known that one zero is real and another zero is imaginary, what can be determined about the remaining zeros?...
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