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2022-05-07
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Find a polynomial of the specified degree that has the given zeros. Degree 4, zeros -2, 0, 2, 4

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Find a polynomial with integer coefficients that satisfies the given conditions. Q has degree 3 and zeros 0 and i.

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Degrees of Sums and Products of Polynomials

Make up several pairs of polynomials, then calculate the sum and product of each pair. On the basis of your experiments and observations, answer the following questions.

a) How is the degree of the product related to the degrees of the original polynomials?

b) How is the degree of the sum related to the degrees of the original polynomials?

c) Test your conclusions by finding the sum and product of the following polynomials:

$2{x}^{3}+x-3$ and $-2{x}^{3}-x+7$

Make up several pairs of polynomials, then calculate the sum and product of each pair. On the basis of your experiments and observations, answer the following questions.

a) How is the degree of the product related to the degrees of the original polynomials?

b) How is the degree of the sum related to the degrees of the original polynomials?

c) Test your conclusions by finding the sum and product of the following polynomials:

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Taylor polynomials for $e}^{x$

a. Find the Taylor polynomials of order$n=0,1,2,$ and 3 for $f\left(x\right)={e}^{x}$ centered at 0.

a. Find the Taylor polynomials of order

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I'm trying to solve the equation below for x:

$({x}^{3}-4{)}^{3}=(\sqrt[3]{({x}^{2}+4{)}^{2}}+4{)}^{2}$

$({x}^{3}-4{)}^{3}=(\sqrt[3]{({x}^{2}+4{)}^{2}}+4{)}^{2}$

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Solve:

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Use the sum-of-two-cubes or the difference-of-two-cubes pattern to factor each of the following.

$1-27{a}^{3}$