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Asked Mar 26, 2019

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factor the polynomial completely, and find all its zeros. state the multiplicity of each zero. (Note: we are within the realm of the complex numbers)

Q(x)=x^{4}-1

Step 1

To find the zeros and their multiplicities of the polynomial function *Q*(*x*) = *x*^{4} – 1.

Use difference of square formula to factor the polynomial as follows.

Step 2

Fix the factor *Q*(*x*) = *x*4 – 1 equ...

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