anonymous
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Given the polynomial f(x)=10x^5−7x^3+6x+21 What one of the following is a possible rational root?
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  • anonymous
Given the polynomial f(x)=10x^5−7x^3+6x+21 What one of the following is a possible rational root?
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anonymous
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@saseal can you explain this
anonymous
  • anonymous
theres no rational root according to newton's method...
anonymous
  • anonymous
thats not an option . these are the answer choices a. 9 / 6 b. 6 / 8 c. 5 / 20 d. 7 / 5

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anonymous
  • anonymous
try something around 1.056
anonymous
  • anonymous
the graph of this thing touches the x axis only 1 time
anonymous
  • anonymous
9/6 = 1.5 6/8=.75 5/20=.25 7/5=1.4
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok try plugging in all the options into the equation and see which one ends up begin 0
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ok

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