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1) Find the zeros of f(x)=(x-4)^4(x+5)^6 and state the multiplicity.
2) Find the zeros of f(x)=(x-3)^2(x-5)^2 and state the multiplicity.
~My answers~
4, multiplicity 4; –5, multiplicity 6
2, multiplicity 3; 2, multiplicity 5

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- anonymous

are these right?

- anonymous

You mixed up the answers for question 2. Re-read your answers for question 2.

- anonymous

wait so it'd be 3, multiplicity 2; 5, multiplicity 2? @Azteck

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Go by what you did in question 1. If what you wrote just now matches what you did in question 1, then you know it's correct.

- anonymous

I am very confused...

- anonymous

Your new answer is correct, you switched the zeroes and the multiplicity for question 2 in your original answer.

- anonymous

So they are both correct now? @TimSmit

- anonymous

Dude, be confident of what you put. Being dependent on us strangers rather than feeling that the answer is correct means you're not confident at all.

- anonymous

of what you put as the answer*

- anonymous

oh...okay....

- anonymous

They are correct :) but as azteck says, you came close to the solution yourself which shows you understand, but mixed two numbers, it happens.

- anonymous

:) Thank you for pointing it out.

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