But both the zeros and the roots of a polynomial are found using factoring and the factor theorem [1 2]. Example Find the zeros of the polynomial P(x) = x2 + 5x − 14 . Solution Factor P(x) as

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Use synthetic division to find the zeros of a polynomial function. Use the Fundamental Theorem of Algebra to find complex zeros of a polynomial function. Use the Linear Factorization

Sure, you add square root of two to both sides, you get x is equal to the square root of two. So, there we have it. We have figured out our zeros. X could be equal to zero. P of zero is zero. P of negative square root of two is zero, and p of square root of two is equal to zero. So, those

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