Finding the zero's of P(x) 3x^3-29x^+92x+34. The given zeros are 5+3i
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Originally Posted by renebran Finding the zero's of P(x) 3x^3-29x^+92x+34. The given zeros are 5+3i If is a zero, then so is . So and are factors. Therefore so is . So divide your polynomial by in order to find the third factor (and third zero).
Originally Posted by Prove It If is a zero, then so is . So and are factors. Therefore so is . So divide your polynomial by in order to find the third factor (and third zero). This is where I'm having the problem. I'm not sure how to divide the polynomial .
Originally Posted by renebran This is where I'm having the problem. I'm not sure how to divide the polynomial . Use long division.
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