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Find the roots of x^3-x^2+2=0 Use the rational root theorem to determine all possible roots of 5x^3+4x^2+4x+10=0 do not find the actual roots. For 2x^5-5x^3+12=0, state the number of complex roots,the possible number of real roots and the possible rational roots.

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    lol this is math, so you might not get that much help in the history section .... im not good with math , but here is a website, it might help. http://www.math.com/students/calculators/source/square-root.htm

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