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eee Write the polynomial function f (x) = (x  9)(x  2i)(x + 2i) in the standard form. eee

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eee Find the standard form of the given polynomial function f (x) = 7x (x + 4) ((x  6) + i) ((x  6)  i). eee

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eee Find the zeros of the function f (x) = (x  9)(x  5i)(x + 5i). eee

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eee The degree of a polynomial function f(x) with real coefficients is 15. Choose the maximum number of nonreal zeros f(x) can have. eee

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eee The degree of a polynomial function f(x) with real coefficients is 19. Choose the minimum number of real zeros that f(x) will have. eee

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eee Which of the following cannot be the number of real zeros of a polynomial of degree 5 with real coefficients? eee

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eee The degree of a polynomial function f(x) with real coefficients is 14. How many nonreal zeros does f(x) have? eee

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eee Find the number of complex and real zeros of the function f (x) = x2  2x + 4. eee

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eee Choose the cubic function that has zeros 7,  3i and 3i. eee

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eee Find a polynomial function of minimum degree in standard form with real coefficients whose zeros are 3, 6 + i and 4i. eee

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eee Choose a polynomial function in standard form with real coefficients whose zeros are 3 and  7 and multiplicity of 3 and 2 respectively. eee

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eee Find a polynomial function in standard form with real coefficients whose zeros are 2 and  5 and multiplicity is 2 and 2. eee

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eee Match the polynomial function graph to its zeros and multiplicity. eee

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eee Find the x  intercepts of the graph of the polynomial function f (x) = (x + 3)(x  3)(x + i)(x  i). eee

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eee Where does the graph of the polynomial function f (x) = (x2)2(x + i)( x  i) cross the x  axis? eee

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eee Which of the following cannot be the number of real zeros of a polynomial of degree 13 with real coefficients? eee

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eee Write the polynomial function f (x) = (x  10)(x  5i)(x + 5i) in the standard form. eee

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eee Find the standard form of the given polynomial function f (x) = 6x (x + 3) ((x  5) + i) ((x  5)  i). eee

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eee Find the zeros of the function f (x) = (x  10)(x  8i)(x + 8i). eee

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eee The degree of a polynomial function f(x) with real coefficients is 17. Choose the maximum number of nonreal zeros f(x) can have. eee

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eee Choose the cubic function that has zeros 13,  5i and 5i. eee

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eee If 1 + 3i is a zero of the function f (x) = 4x4+37x2+54x + 130, then find the other zeros of the function. eee

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eee The degree of a polynomial function f(x) with real coefficients is 5. Choose the minimum number of real zeros that f(x) will have. eee

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eee Which of the following is the zero of the polynomial, f (x) = x3  (2  i)x2 + (2  2i)x  4? eee

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eee Find a polynomial function of minimum degree in standard form with real coefficients whose zeros are 3, 5 + i and 3i. eee

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eee Choose a polynomial function in standard form with real coefficients whose zeros are 2 and  6 and multiplicity of 3 and 2 respectively. eee

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eee Find a polynomial function in standard form with real coefficients whose zeros are 4 and  5 and multiplicity is 2 and 2. eee

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eee The degree of a polynomial function f(x) with real coefficients is 12. How many nonreal zeros does f(x) have? eee

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eee Find the number of complex and real zeros of the function f (x) = x2  6x + 36. eee

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eee Which of the following is true for the polynomial function, f (x) having a + ib as a complex zero? eee

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eee Which of the following is a polynomial of degree 4 with real coefficients that has having zeros 3,  1, and 2  i? eee

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eee The degree of a polynomial function f(x) with real coefficients is 14. Choose the minimum number of real zeros f(x) can have. eee

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