Find the x-intercepts and intervals in the equation y=-x^4-5x^3+3x^2+13x=10

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Find the x-intercepts and intervals in the equation y=-x^4-5x^3+3x^2+13x=10

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should that be + 10 at the end?
-10.
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the by rational root theorem the roots could be +/- 1, +/-2, +/- 5 +/- 10 evaluate f(1)
does it = 0? if so you have one of the zeros ( intercepts on x-axis)
i got -5, -2 and 1.
good job
now, what is the interval?
now there must be another root because the function is of the 4th segree
* degree
when use the synthetic division, i got -x+1
it wiil be worth drawing the graph on Desmos one of the roots could have duplicity 2
x = 1 has duplicity 2
so, in giving the intervals, should i disregard the another 1?
gtg right now sorry one of the other guys will be able to help

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