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Use the Rational Zeros Theorem to write a list of all potential rational zeros f(x) = 13x^3 + 23x^2 + 2x - 26

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factors of -26 : ?
factors of 13 : ?
i got this ±1, ± 1/3, ±2, ±13, ±26

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first have those two
factors of -26 : \(\pm 1, \pm 2, \pm 13, \pm26\) factors of 13 : \(\pm 1, \pm 2, \pm 13\)
thats the only factors i can do?
one sec, i have them wrong.
factors of -26 : \(\pm 1, \pm 2, \pm 13, \pm26\) factors of 13 : \(\pm 1 , \pm13\)
now we need to take p/q
p is from factors of -26 q is from factors of 13
1/2
p/q : \(\pm1, \pm 1/13, \pm2, \pm 2/13, \pm13, \pm26, \pm2\)
thats the list of potential rational zeroes
what we did is this : take each factor of -26, and divide it by
the each factor of 13
ohh ok i get it
ur a goood teacher !
oh thanks :) good to hear u get it :D

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