# 46x+X-) (x+K) (X-2 practice.flatworldknowledge.com Cengage Digital Learning College Algebra | FlatWorld Viewer y=x4-14x3-24x2+2x-16 - Wolfra... MATH 112-04 Minnesota State U... Courses > MATH 112-04 - Minnesota State University Chapter 4.5 Accessibility 5Full Screen 4i is a zero. 3-10a2+48x-64 given that 4 Find all the zeros of f(x) If the answer contains an imaginary part, enter the answer in the standard form of a complex number, a + bi. If a or b is not an integer, enter it exactly, as a radical or fraction in simplest form. Do not enter a decimal approximation. If there are multiple zeros, separate the answers with commas (). x = 4 -4i, 4 +4t Check Answer

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How do I do this? I tried synthetic division but I get a remainder so I dont think I can use the quadratic formula, how do you do this? help_outlineImage Transcriptionclose46x+X-) (x+K) (X-2 practice.flatworldknowledge.com Cengage Digital Learning College Algebra | FlatWorld Viewer y=x4-14x3-24x2+2x-16 - Wolfra... MATH 112-04 Minnesota State U... Courses > MATH 112-04 - Minnesota State University Chapter 4.5 Accessibility 5Full Screen 4i is a zero. 3-10a2+48x-64 given that 4 Find all the zeros of f(x) If the answer contains an imaginary part, enter the answer in the standard form of a complex number, a + bi. If a or b is not an integer, enter it exactly, as a radical or fraction in simplest form. Do not enter a decimal approximation. If there are multiple zeros, separate the answers with commas (). x = 4 -4i, 4 +4t Check Answer fullscreen

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