anonymous
  • anonymous
Can someone help fix these 2 questions? The fundamental theorem of algebra states: Select one: a. In the complex numbers, every polynomial with a degree of 1 or higher has zero roots. ((INCORRECT)) b. In the complex numbers, every polynomial with a degree of 1 or higher has at least 1 root. c. In the complex numbers, every polynomial with a degree of 1 or higher has only 1 root. d. In the complex numbers, every polynomial with a degree of 1 or higher has at least 2 roots.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
According to Descartes Rule of Signs, which of the following is false? Select one: a. The number of positive zeroes of the function is the number of sign changes of the coefficients of the function - or less by an even number. b. The number of negative zeroes of the function is the number of sign changes of the coefficients of the negative function - or less by an even number. ((INCORRECT)) c. The number of negative zeroes of the function is the number of negative numbers of the function - or less by an even number. d. The number of negative zeroes involves using the inverse function.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
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