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Jolyn Tan
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How do you solve g

Date Posted: 5 years ago
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Eugene See
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There are 3 more roots of x which we need to find.
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Since the highest power of x is 4, we can expect to have four roots for x.

For the first 2 roots, we have to use the trial-and-error method. Upon finding the 2 roots, we can use the long division or compare coefficient method to further factorise the equation into simpler terms to solve for the roots.

The example I shown is the compare coefficient method. For learning, you can try the long division method :)