anonymous
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What is the factorization of the polynomial graphed below? Assume it has no constant factor.
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LynFran
  • LynFran
ok to find the factorization of polynomial we must first locate our roots... the roots are the x value/or the(x-intercept)..the x-intercept is where the graph cuts the x-axis

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LynFran
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ok have u locate the root? for this new curve/graph? whar are they?
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LynFran
  • LynFran
those are our roots...but we really dont need the roots we need the factorization of the polynomial to get that we take the roots and....
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LynFran
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x=1... therefore x-1=0 x=3 ... therefore x-3=0 x=5.... therefore x-5=0 now we multiply each like this (x-1)(x-3)(x-5) to get the factorization of the polynomial

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