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solve using the zero product property. 2x^4-3x^3=9x^2

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  1. anonymous
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    First you should rearrange the equation so that all of the x's are on one side and a zero is on the other. From there factor the polynomial into the product of smaller polynomials that be be solved outright, and then, since a product can only be zero when one of the terms is zero, solve the seperate equations where each term is equal to zero. In this case the answers should come out to be x=0, x=3, x=-3/2

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