Given polynomial : x4 + x3 – 23×2 – 3x + 6 , given zeroes = root 3 , – root 3

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Given polynomial : x4 + x3 – 23×2 – 3x + 6 ,
given zeroes = root 3 , – root 3

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    Answer:

    (x – root3)*(x + root3) is one factor

    By using identity

    (x^2 – 3) is one factor

    x^4 + x^3 – 23x^2 – 3x + 60 / x^2 – 3

    = x^2 + x – 20

    The zeroes of x^2 + x – 20 are -5 and 4

    All the zeroes of the given polynomial are

    root3, -root3, -5, 4

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