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Mar 09, 2014 · Find all zeros of the polynomial p(x)=x^6-64 Its zeros are x1= , x2= with x1 < x2, x3= + i with both negative real and imaginary parts, x4= + i with negative real part and positive imaginary part, x5= + i with positive real part and negative imaginary part, x6= + i with both positive real and imaginary parts. If you can explain how it is done I would really appreciate it.Thank you.

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Corollary – a polynomial equation of the form p(x) = 0 of degree n with complex coefficients has exactly n roots in the set of complex numbers. Example 1 Find all the roots to 32 x x x - 4 - 4. Example 2 Find all the roots to 32 x x x 3 - 10 - 24. Example 3 Given a function and one of its zeros, find the remaining zeros of the function. f(x) = 32

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A.) Polynomial functions can have imaginary zeros, so if it is a zero, it could also be an imaginary zero. Polynomial functions can have repeated zeros, so the fact that a number is a zero doesn't preclude it being a zero again. B.) Polynomial functions can have rational zeros, so trying a value again can help find irrational zeros.

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A polynomial function of degree \(n\) has \(n\) zeros, provided multiple zeros are counted more than once and provided complex zeros are counted. Keep in mind that any complex zeros of a function are not considered to be part of the domain of the function, since only real numbers domains are being considered.

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⃣Sketch a graph given a verbal description. 5.1 Roots of Polynomials ⃣ ⃣Factor out a GCF ⃣Identify roots of a polynomial from factored form Make connection between roots, zeros, solutions, and x-intercepts ⃣Make a rough sketch of the graph of a polynomial given roots and standard form