Quartic polynomial, Mathematics

Question:

Let f be a quartic polynomial (ie. a polynomial of degree 4). Suppose that f has

zeros at -2; 1; 3; 4 and that f(0) = 4.

  • Sketch a graph of f.
  • If f(x) is written in the form

f(x) = A(x - a)(x- b)(x -c)(x - d) ,

 

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