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The zeros of a function are -1, 2-square root 3, and 2+ square root 5. If f(0)= -12, find tge leading coefficient of this function.

Answer #1

write the polynomial equation f(x) in factored form with leading
coefficient -2, and zeros -1(double root), 1 (single root), and 3
(single root).
A) write f(x) in factored form
B) What is its degree?
C) what is its y-intercept
D) sketch the graph showing the zeros and y-intercept

Find a polynomial of degree 5 with integer coefficients that has
zeros 1, i, square root of 2i, and y-intercept of ?4.

A20) Given that f(x) is a cubic function with
zeros at −2−2 and 2i−2, find an equation for f(x) given that
f(−7)=−6
B19) Find a degree 3 polynomial whose coefficient
of x^3 equal to 1. The zeros of this polynomial are 5, −5i, and 5i.
Simplify your answer so that it has only real numbers as
coefficients.
C21) Find all of the zeros of P(x)=x^5+2x^3+xand
list them below with zeros repeated according to their
multiplicity.
Note: Enter the zeros as...

1.Determine all the zeros and their multiplicities of the
polynomial function f(x) = x 5 − 6x 3 + 4x 2 + 8x − 16
2. Find all the zeros of the function f(x) = x 5 − 4x 4 + x 3 −
4x 2 − 12x + 48 given that −2i and 4 are some of the zeros.

Find the derivative of the function G(x)=1/2x^4+5x^3−x^2+6.8x+
square root of 3

in exercises 47-50, find the polynomial function f with real
coefficients that has the given degree, zeros, and solution point.
degree 3. zeros -3, 1+ square root 3i. solution point f(-2)=12

how to sketch the function f(x)= x^2/square root (x+1)

Find a polynomial function with zeros x = 5 with
multiplicity 1 and x = -1 with multiplicity 2 and
x = 8 with multiplicity 3.
f(x) =

a. Find a polynomial of the specified degree that has the given
zeros.
Degree 3; zeros −5, 5, 7
b. Find a polynomial of the specified degree that satisfies the
given conditions.
Degree 4; zeros −4, 0, 1,
5; coefficient of
x3 is 4

Sketch the graph of the function by applying the Leading
Coefficient Test, finding the real zeros of the polynomial,
plotting sufficient solution points, and drawing a continuous curve
through the points.
g(x) = 1/10(x + 1)2(x − 4)3
(a) Apply the Leading Coefficient Test.
The graph of the function rises to the left and rises to the
right.
The graph of the function rises to the left and falls to the
right.
The graph of the function falls to the...

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