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kenneyfamily
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find the lower bound of the zeros of f(x)=4x^32x^212x+1
a)1
b)1
c)2
d)2
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kenneyfamily Group Title
find the lower bound of the zeros of f(x)=4x^32x^212x+1 a)1 b)1 c)2 d)2
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what do you mean by lower bound of the zeros
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the lowest root
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greatest integral lower bound..idk i am confused..it has to also do with real roots i think
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what unit is this?
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polynomials and rational roots
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specifically locating zeroes of a polynomial function @dragonsly
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so basically, i think, you would have to subsitute variables for x and see what gives you zero
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none of them do
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@dragonsly
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im sorry i dont know
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none of the options work
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