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1. Consider p(x) = x3 − 3×2 − 6x + 8,

(a) (1 point) What is the number of maximum zeros?

(a)

(b) (3 points) Discuss the number of positive, negative, and complex zeros.

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Positive

Solution Types

Negative Complex

Total

(c) (2 points) List all possible rational zeros.

(c)

(d) (3 points) Show that −3 is a lower bound.

(d)

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(e) (4 points) Find all zeros for this polynomial. Express your answer in a solution set.

(e)

2. Consider x4 − 2×3 + 10×2 − 18x + 9 = 0,

(a) (3 points) Discuss the number of positive, negative, and complex zeros.

Show your answers in the chart (Insert additional rows if needed).

Positive

Solution Types

Negative Complex

Total

(b) (2 points) List all possible rational zeros.

(b)

(c) (3 points) Show that 2 is an upper bound.

(c)

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(d) (4 points) Find all zeros including complex zeros if there are any. Express

your answer in a solution set.

(d)

3. Consider p(x) = 2×3 − 3×2 − 8x + 12,

(a) (3 points) Discuss the number of positive, negative, and complex zeros.

Show your answers in the chart (Insert additional rows if needed).

Positive

Solution Types

Negative Complex

Total

(b) (3 points) List all possible rational zeros.

(b)

(c) (3 points) Show that −3 is a lower bound.

(c)

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(d) (4 points) Find all zeros for this polynomial. Express your answer in a solution set.

(d)

4. Consider 4×4 − 21×2 − 25 = 0,

(a) (3 points) Discuss the number of positive, negative, and complex zeros.

Show your answers in the chart (Insert additional rows if needed).

Positive

Solution Types

Negative Complex

Total

(b) (3 points) List all possible rational zeros.

(b)

(c) (3 points) Show that 3 is an upper bound.

(c)

(d) (3 points) Show that −3 is a lower bound.

(d)

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Total Points: 50