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M1

ALGEBRA II

Classwork

Opening Exercise

Find all solutions to the equation (

Exercise 1

1.

Example 1

Suppose we know that the polynomial equation

has two real solutions and that one of the factors of is

(

). How can we find all two solutions to the given equation?

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Exercises 25

2.

3.

Find the zeros of the following polynomial functions, with their multiplicities.

a.

( )

b.

( )

) (

c.

( )

d.

( )

Find a polynomial function that has the following zeros and multiplicities. What is the degree of your polynomial?

Zero

Multiplicity

4.

Is there more than one polynomial function that has the same zeros and multiplicities as the one you found in

Exercise 3?

5.

Can you find a rule that relates the multiplicities of the zeros to the degree of the polynomial function?

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In the definitions below, the symbol

only one element of .

The set in the definition above is called the domain of the function. The range (or image) of the function is the subset

of , denoted ( ), that is defined by the following property: is an element of ( ) if and only if there is an in

such that ( )

.

If ( )

where can be any real number, then the domain is all real numbers (denoted

of non-negative real numbers.

Polynomial Function: Given a polynomial expression in one variable, a polynomial function in one variable is a function

such that for each real number in the domain, ( ) is the value found by substituting the number into all

instances of the variable symbol in the polynomial expression and evaluating.

It can be shown that if a function

collection of real numbers , ,

with

such that the function satisfies the equation

, ,

and

( )

for every real number

( )

in the domain, which is called the standard form of the polynomial function. The function

, where can be any real number, is an example of a function written in standard form.

Degree of a Polynomial Function: The degree of a polynomial function is the degree of the polynomial expression used

to define the polynomial function.

The degree of ( )

put into standard form, it is ( )

) is

because when

is

Constant Function: A constant function is a polynomial function of degree 0. A constant function is of the form

( )

, for a constant .

Linear Function: A linear function is a polynomial function of degree . A linear function is of the form ( )

for constants and with

.

Quadratic Function: A quadratic function is a polynomial function of degree . A quadratic function is in standard form

if it is written in the form ( )

, for constants , , with

and any real number .

Cubic Function: A cubic function is a polynomial function of degree . A cubic function is of the form ( )

for constants

with

.

Zeros or Roots of a Function: A zero (or root) of a function

is a number of the domain such that

( )

. A zero of a function is an element in the solution set of the equation ( )

.

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Lesson Summary

Given any two polynomial functions and , the solution set of the equation ()()

can be quickly found by

solving the two equations ()

and ()

and combining the solutions into one set.

The number is zero of a polynomial function with multiplicity if the factored form of contains (

) .

Problem Set

For Problems 14, find all solutions to the given equations.

1.

)(

2.

)(

3.

)(

4.

)(

5.

6.

7.

8.

9.

)

)

.

(

)

of multiplicity .

of multiplicity

)(

)(

(

12. (

13. (

)

)

(

(

)(

and a zero at

)(

of multiplicity .

in terms of , , , .

)

)

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by the divisor (

a.

Divide

b.

Evaluate ( ).

.

(

)(

)(

)(

) and rewrite in the form ( )

by the divisor (

a.

Divide

b.

Evaluate ( ).

) and rewrite in the form ( )

by the divisor (

a.

Divide

b.

Evaluate (

).

) and rewrite in the form ( )

by the divisor (

a.

Divide

b.

Evaluate (

.

(

)(

).

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