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multiplicity
the number of times a given factor appears in the factored form of the equation of a polynomial; if a polynomial contains a factor of the form ( x − h ) p , x = h is a zero of multiplicity p .

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prove that cos(π/6a)*cos(π/3+b)sin(π/6a)*sin(π/3+b)=sin(ab)
why {2kπ} union {kπ}={kπ}?
why is {2kπ} union {kπ}={kπ}? when k belong to integer
Huy
if 9 sin theta + 40 cos theta = 41,prove that:41 cos theta = 41
give me treganamentry question
Solve 2cos x + 3sin x = 0.5
madras university algebra questions papers first year B. SC. maths
Give me algebra questions
Rightspect
cos(x+iy)=cos alpha+isinalpha
prove that: sin⁴x=sin²alpha
cos(x+iy)=cos aplha+i sinalpha
prove that: sinh⁴y=sin²alpha
rajan
cos(x+iy)=cos aplha+i sinalpha
prove that: sinh⁴y=sin²alpha
rajan
is there any case that you can have a polynomials with a degree of four?
victor
***sscc.edu/home/jdavidso/math/catalog/polynomials/fourth/fourth.html
Oliver
can you solve it step b step
give me some important question in tregnamentry
Anshuman
what is linear equation with one unknown 2x+5=3
I was wrong. I didn't move all constants to the right of the equation.
Joel
Adityasuman
x=  1
Aditya
what is the
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X int
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f(x) =x²+4x+4/x+2
f(x) =x³1/x1
can I get help with this?
Wayne
Are they two separate problems or are the two functions a system?
Wilson
Also, is the first x squared in "x+4x+4"
Wilson
Please see ***imgur.com/a/lpTpDZk for solutions
Wilson
f(x)=x squareroot 2 +2x+1 how to solve this value
factor or use quadratic formula
Wilson
The product of two is 32. Find a function that represents the sum of their squares.
Paul
if theta =30degree so COS2 theta = 1 10 square theta upon 1 + tan squared theta
Source:
OpenStax, Algebra and trigonometry. OpenStax CNX. Nov 14, 2016 Download for free at https://legacy.cnx.org/content/col11758/1.6
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