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anonymous
 5 years ago
Need Help! Factor each polynomial completely. Write any repeated factor in exponential form, then name all zeroes and their multiplicity.
P(X)= (X ^2 10X + 25) (X^2 + 4X  45) (X+9)
anonymous
 5 years ago
Need Help! Factor each polynomial completely. Write any repeated factor in exponential form, then name all zeroes and their multiplicity. P(X)= (X ^2 10X + 25) (X^2 + 4X  45) (X+9)

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anonymous
 5 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0ok so here we can start to simplify the polynomials. simplifying first poly: x^2 10x + 25 we get (x5)(x5) simplifying the second bracket: x^2 + 4x  45 we get (x+9)(x5) so now writing P(x) = (x5)(x5)(x+9)(x5)(x+9) = (x+5)^3 * (x+9)^2 soo from here ... x+9 = 0 so x = 9 x+5 = 0 so x = 5 Hence x = 5 and 9 are two answers for the solution
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