Solve the equation 2(x^4)+3(x^3)-7(x^2)+3x-9=0 by first finding any rational roots.
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Solve the equation 2(x^4)+3(x^3)-7(x^2)+3x-9=0 by first finding any rational roots.
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possible rational roots are \[\pm1, \pm3, \pm9, \pm\frac{1}{2}, \pm\frac{3}{2},\pm\frac{9}{2}\]

a lot to check actually so i would start with the easy ones : 1 and -1

1 does not work

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