, 12.01.2021 19:30 dakshshberry

# Determine the possible rational zeros of this polynomial function using the rational zeros theorem: p(x) = 4x4 + 13x3 – 49x2 – 73x –15

Step-by-step explanation:

The possible zeroes are p/q where p is factors of the constant and q is factors of the coefficient of the largest degree.

This means possible zeroes are ±15/4, ±5/4, ±3/4, ±1/4, ±15/2, ±5/2, ±3/2, ±1/2, ±15, ±5, ±3, ±1.

given the equation is 8+9z=-6, the first step would be to subtract the 8 from both sides:

8+9z-8=-6-8

since 8 minus 8 = 0, this would cancel out the 8. and since -6 minus 8 equals -14, the equation would look like this

9z = -14

### Other questions on the subject: Mathematics

Mathematics, 21.06.2019 18:00, tasnimsas3
Plz a. s. a. p. the table shows the number of male and female contestants who did not win a prize. what is the probability that a randomly selected contestant won a prize, given that the contestant was female? write the probability as a percent. round to the neares tenth, if needed.
Mathematics, 21.06.2019 20:30, heyyyyy39
The cost for an uberi is \$2.50 plus \$2.00 mile. if the total for the uber ride was \$32.50, how many miles did the customer travel?