### LG 3 - Finding all zeros of a polynomial Function

 LEARNING OBJECTIVE UNIT 10 - POLYNOMIAL & RATIONAL FUNCTIONS BTEOTPSWBEAT....Use previously learning skills such as graphing calculator, read table/graph, synthetic division, quadratic formula, factoring, etc..    to find ALL roots and factors of  a polynomial. LG 1 - Intro to Polynomial FunctionsLG 2 - Is it a Zero?  Direct and Synthetic SubstitutionLG 3 - Finding all zeros of a polynomial functionLG 4 - Rational FunctionsTEST REVIEW - UNIT 10
 WARM UP1. If   x =     is a root to a function, then  ( x + 2) is a factor. 2. If  x = 4   is a root of a function,  then  (         )   is a factor of that function. 3.  If x =      is a zero of the function, then  (x - 9) is a factor. 4.  If x = 3i  is a root of a function, then (         ) is a factor. Finding all zeros of a functionNotes Video 1: Finding all Zeros of a Cubic FunctionNotes video 2:  Continuing finding all zeros guided practiceNotes Video *3* : Continuing finding all zeros and calculator example
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Brant Wilson,
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