Polynomials and real zeros
How can you prove that a 5th degree polynomial must have at least one real solution zero?
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According to the Fundamental Theorem of Algebra, if is a polynomial with degree , then the equation has roots. These roots may be real or complex. There are lots of books ...
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That a 5th degree polynomial must have at least one real solution zero is proven. This is a detailed solution.
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