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Given the polynomial function f(x), find the rational zeros, then the other zeros (that is, solve the equation f(x) = 0), and factor f(x) into linear factors. f(x) = x^4+15x^3+49x^2-15x-50

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  1. anonymous
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    zeros are 1,-1,-5,-10

  2. anonymous
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    so it factors as \[(x-1)(x+1)(x+5)(x+10)\]

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    ok. thats what i got. awesome. thanks

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    welcome!

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