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The zeros of a fourth degree polynomial 2013-01-23
From Dakota:
My problem has multiple steps and I have done everything but the last one. 8The original problem is f(x)=x^4-5x^3+7x^2+3x-10 and I have to find the zeros of the equation. I used synthetic substitution like my teacher taught us to get the equation of x^3-3x^2+x+5=0 but now I don't know how to get the zeros of that equation, or solve it.
Answered by Penny Nom.
A parabolic arch 2012-01-04
From Swathi:
A plan for an arch in the shape of a parabola is drawn on a grid with a scale of 1m per square. The base of the arch is located at the points (0,0) and (15,0). The maximum height of the arch is 18m.

a)Determine the quadratic function that models that arch

b)State the domain and range of the function

Answered by Penny Nom.
The graph of a quadratic function 2011-12-27
From Thomas:
sketch a quadratic function with zeros at -3 and 1
Answered by Penny Nom.
z^5 - 3z^4 + 2z^3 + z^2 - 3z + 2 2010-11-06
From Kumar:
would you please solve this problem, related to complex numbers.

Find all the roots of :

z^5 - 3z^4 + 2z^3 + z^2 - 3z + 2

Answered by Robert Dawson and Penny Nom.
Terminal zeros 2010-11-04
From morgan:
if I have to multiply 1*2*3*4*5*6*7*8*9*10*11*12*13*14*15*16*17*18*19*20 how many terminal zeros do i get?
Answered by Penny Nom.
A fourth degree polynomial function with real coefficients 2010-10-30
From Ryan:
Question from Ryan, a student: What is the fourth degree polynomial function with real coefficients that has -1,1 and I as zeros and such that f(x)=160
Answered by Harley Weston.
A polynomial with integer coefficients 2010-10-23
From Adori:
Question from Adori, a student: Find a polynomial with integer coefficients that has the given zeros: 2/3, 4, root of 3i, root of -3i.
Answered by Harley Weston.
Complex roots 2010-04-14
From Lan:
If b and c are real numbers so that the polynomial (x^2) + bx + c has 1 + i as a zero, find b + c.
Answered by Penny Nom.
How many zeros? 2010-03-18
From jeff:
1 light yr is 6,500 billion miles, the galaxy "Andromeda" is 2,500,000 million light yrs, how many zeros are in this equation ?
Answered by Robert Dawson.
Factors and zeros of a polynoial 2010-03-17
From Susan:
find a polynomial function of degree three with -3 as a zero of multiplicity 2 and 4 as a zero of multiplicity 1.
Answered by Tyler Wood.
Zeros of a polynomial 2010-03-01
From Gavin:
Suppose the polynomial R(x) = a_9x^9+a_8x^8+...+a_1x+a_0 has real coefficients with a_9≠0. Suppose also that R(x) has the following zeros:
2,
3,
i

Using this info, answer the following.

a. What is another zero of R(x)?
b. At most how many real zeros of R(x) are there?
c. At most how many imaginary zeros of R(x) are there?

p.s. I used _ for subscript
thanks so much

Answered by Harley Weston.
The zeros of a polynomial 2009-09-25
From jordan:
find a polynomial of lowest degree with only real coefficients and having the given zeros. 1+2i, 2 (multiplicity 2)
Answered by Penny Nom.
Find a polynomial function with the indicated zeros and satisfying the given conditions 2009-03-23
From Kristen:
Find a polynomial function with the indicated zeros and satisfying the given conditions. Simplofy your answer (no imaginary numbers or parentheses in the answer) Zeros: 1+2i, 1-2i, 5 ; f(-2)=1
Answered by Harley Weston.
ax^2 + bx + c = 0 has no real roots and.... 2009-01-26
From Alberto:
The equation ax^2 + bx + c = 0 has no real roots and a + b + c < 0 . Chose the right answer:

(A) c > 0
(B) c <= 0
(C) c = 0
(D) c >= 0
(E) c < 0
Explain the choice.

Answered by Robert Dawson and Harley Weston.
Real and imaginary zeros 2008-11-12
From David:
Find all the real and imaginary zeros for each polynomial. Factor each polynomial. Leave factors with imaginary zeros in quadratic form.

h(x)= x^5 +2x^4 - 10x^3 -20x^2 +9x + 18

Answered by Harley Weston.
The positive real zeros of f(x) = x^4 + x^3 - 7x - 1 2008-06-06
From CiCi:
How many positive real zeros does the function f(x) = x4 + x3 - 7x - 1 have?
Answered by Janice Cotcher and Harley Weston.
For what values of a does x^3-13x+a have 3 distinct roots? 2008-04-25
From Jyotishman:
What can be the value of a for the equation to have 3 roots?
x^3-13x+a=0

Answered by Harley Weston.
The zeros of a cubic 2008-04-09
From Ryan:
what are all the zeros of f(x)= x^3-1/2x^2+1/3x-1/6
Answered by Penny Nom.
f(x) = (x^4) - 4x^3 2007-07-22
From Michael:
I'm a student who needs your help. I hope you'll be able to answer my question. Here it is: Given the function f(x)=(x^4)-4x^3, determine the intervals over which the function is increasing, decreasing or constant. Find all zeros of f(x) and indicate any relative minimum and maximum values of the function.
Any help would be appreciated. Thank you for your time.

Answered by Harley Weston.
A polynomial with integer coefficients 2007-06-20
From Krys:
How do I find a polynomial P(x) with integer coefficient that has degree 4 and zeros 1-2i and 1 (with multiplicity of 2)?
Answered by Penny Nom.
The zeros of a function 2006-06-12
From Sky:
find all the real zeros of the function:
f(x)=2x3 + 4x2 - 2x - 4

Answered by Stephen La Rocque.
111111...111 divided by 3 2005-11-14
From Jesus:
If we divide the number 1111...........1( it has got 2004 digits) by 3. How many zeros will we get?. The answer that I have found in the book is 667 but I do not know how to reached it.
Answered by Penny Nom.
112! 2004-05-28
From Beatriz:
1) A bus driver collects identical sets of 5 coins from each passenger. If the totoal colledted was $21.83, how many pennies did the driver get??

2) How many terminal zero in the base 10 expression of 112! (factional) N! means N(N-1)(N-2) .....(2) (1).

Answered by Penny Nom.
The intersection of two graphs 2004-03-31
From Benjanim:
How do I find the points of intersection of the two functions:

1) y = 2 - (e^-x)
2) y = 1 + (x^2)

I know that I have to set them equal to each other, but I can't solve for x. Please help :-)

Answered by Penny Nom.
Polynomials degree 4 and bigger 2003-06-26
From Stephen:

How do I show kids how to find all the zeros for polynomials degree 4 and bigger.

For examples:
r(x) = x5-11x3-7x2+77 = (x2-11)(x3-7) and s(x) = x4-121 = (x2-11)(x2+11)

Also am I correct when I say that the following are irreducible?

f(x) = x2-11
g(x) = x3-7
h(x) = x4-5


Answered by Harley Weston.
A polynomial 2002-04-14
From A student:
A polynomial function is described by the following conditions: f(x) has two real zeros at x= -2 and x= 1, each of multiplicity 2 f(x) has two complex zeros as x goes to -infinity, f(x) goes to +infinity as x goes to +infinity, f(x) goes to +infinity f(x) has a y-intercept at (0,2)

Sketch a polynomial function that satisfies the above conditions.

Write an equation for function f(x)

Write another function g(x) that also satisfies the above parameters.


Answered by Penny Nom.
10,000! 2000-07-21
From Lauren:
Hi I was just wondering if you could tell me how many zeros are in 100,000! (factorial.)
Answered by Denis Hanson.
How many zeros? 2000-04-09
From Greg Potts:
The natural numbers 1 to 25 are multiplied together (1 x 2 x 3x..24 x 25). How many zeros are there in the product of this multiplication?
a)6 b)7 c)5 d)10 or e)4?

Answered by Harley Weston.
More on googols 2000-02-23
From Kevin Brennan:
Could you please give me a couple of examples of when you MATH guys would use a google. Do youu measure, like, galaxies with it ? Or was it created to keep track of Mr Gate's bank account.
Answered by Penny Nom.
A googol 1999-10-06
From Kevin Brennan:
describe to me a guegoll is that how u spell it?

it sounds like that
Answered by Penny Nom.

Large Numbers 1999-04-05
From CK:
Hello. I need a lesson plan for grades 4 to 7 dealing with the concept of large numbers. Specifically, how to teach scientific notation. The lesson plan has to deal with the following: the size of the universe is so huge that is is almost beyond the ability of the mind to comprehend. One way is to measure...
Answered by Chris Fisher.
(50^20)(20^50) 1998-02-24
From fion:
50 power of 20 X 20 power of 50?

How many zero can be found in the answer and why?
Answered by Penny Nom.

Cardano's method 1996-03-11
From Mike Gorski:
What is Cardano's method for finding the roots of a cubic equation?
Answered by Harley Weston.
 
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