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    Finding Polynomials based on coefficients

    Don't know where to start.

    How would you find a degree 3 polynomial with leading coefficient 4 and zeros -2,1, and 5?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Murphie View Post
    Don't know where to start.

    How would you find a degree 3 polynomial with leading coefficient 4 and zeros -2,1, and 5?
    4(x+2)(x-2)(x-5)

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