What Is the Difference between Real Roots and Imaginary Roots When Graphing a Polynomial?

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The real roots when graphing polynomials are the actual known points on the graph. The imaginary roots are the places on the graph that other points could go but are not defined.
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The roots are where the function crosses the x-axis. So, you can just look for where it crosses and those would be your roots.
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It's not just quartics. Polynomial equations that has real coefficients must have an even number of imaginary solutions. Of course, you can make a Quartic polynomial that has only
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y = 6x^5+5x^4-50x^3-65x^2+20x+12 = (x+2)(6x^4 -7x^3-36x^2+7x+6) =(x+2)(x-3)(6x^3+11x^2-3x-2) =(x+2)(x-3)(2x-1)(3x^2+7x+2) 3x^2+7x+2 = 3[(x+7/6)^2+2/3-49/36] = 3[(x+7/6)^2-25/36] y
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You don't happen to go to UHS do you XD Take home test?
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