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find all real zeros f(x)=2x^4+3x^3-6x^2-6x+4

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anyone there
algebraically?
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using synthetic division
ahh word. Ill watch to learn:)
you know how/
well we know, all non real roots come in tandem. that's all I can help:)
iopus?
|dw:1348011701036:dw| this is ruffinni
thank you so much
then i have to put it in a quadratic equation
|dw:1348012143081:dw|
wow ok i understand thanks a bunch
you understand ruffinni? x=-2 x=1/2 x=... x=..
ruffinni? never heard of it.. but i know how u got it now
ruffini is synthetic division you can finish this. lets go!
ok hold on
how is there 2 more x's
|dw:1348012608903:dw|
so + or - square root of 2 is one x too and that leaves one more?
|dw:1348012735984:dw|
so the x's are x= +square root of 2 x= -square root of 2 x= 1/2 x=-2
yes
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