Write a polynomial P(x) of degree 5 and with zeros 2, 5/2, (which of multiplicity one) and 0 (of multiplicity 3). Note: if xc is a zero of P(x) of multiplicity
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Write a polynomial P(x) of degree 5 and with zeros 2, 5/2, (which of multiplicity one) and 0 (of multiplicity 3). Note: if xc is a zero of P(x) of multiplicity k, then (xc)^k is a factor of P(x)
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We have the following:
[tex]x^3\cdot(x2)\cdot(x\frac{5}{2})=0[/tex]