# Real Zeros of Polynomials

## Remainder, Factor, and Rational Zero Theorems and Descartes' Rule of Signs.

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## Rational and Real Zeros - Overview

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## Applying the Factor Theorem - Overview

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## Rational and Real Zeros - Example 1

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Find all zeros of the function given an equation
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## Rational and Real Zeros - Example 2

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Use the rational zero test to list the possible rational zeros of the function
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## Rational and Real Zeros - Example 3

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Find all rational zeros of the function
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## Rational and Real Zeros - Example 4

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Find all real solutions of the polynomial equation
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## Applying the Factor Theorem - Example 1

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Finding Other Factors of Polynomial Functions Given One Factor
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## Applying the Factor Theorem - Example 2

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Finding Other Zeroes of Polynomial Functions Given One Zero
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