I am wondering if I can get some help with this. I really dont get where to start. Here is an exaple problem.
Find all real zeroes of the funciton
g(x)=x^3-4x^4-x-4
I use the ^ to show what power it is. thanks!
I am wondering if I can get some help with this. I really dont get where to start. Here is an exaple problem.
Find all real zeroes of the funciton
g(x)=x^3-4x^4-x-4
I use the ^ to show what power it is. thanks!
Well when I am asked to find the zeroes of a function I always set it equal to zero first. In this particular equation you would have $\displaystyle 0 = x^3 - 4x^4 -x-4$
I would then see if there was any method of factoring, this one does not. Perhaps you copied the question wrong because it actually does not have any real zeroes as far as I can tell.