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prove or disprove the statement, every polynomial of odd degree n has at least one real root.
if leading coefficient is positive than as \[x-> \infty\] so does the polynomial, and as \[x->-\infty\\ it does as well. since polynomials are continuous (no jumps or breaks) it has to cross the x-axis somewhere.