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## Zeros Calculator

Find the zeros of a function step by step.

## Complex roots

$$$ x=2 + \sqrt{3} i\approx 2.0 + 1.73205080756888 i $$$

$$$ x=2 - \sqrt{3} i\approx 2.0 - 1.73205080756888 i $$$

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## What are Zeros of a Function?

## Zeros Formula:

Assume that P (x) = 9x + 15 is a linear polynomial with one variable.

Let’s the value of ‘x’ be zero in P (x), then

Generally, if ‘k’ is zero of the linear polynomial in one variable P(x) = mx + n, then

Zero polynomial K = – (constant / coefficient (x))

## How to Find the Zeros of a Function?

If the degree of the function is \( x^3 + m^{a-4} + x^2 + 1 \), is 10, what does value of ‘a’?

The degree of the function P(m) is the maximum degree of m in P(m).

Therefore, the complex finding zeros calculator takes the \( m^{a-4} = m^4 \)

$$ a-4 = 10, a = 4 + 10 = 14 $$

Hence, the value of ‘a’ is 14.

Calculate the sum and zeros product of the quadratic function \( 4x^2 – 9 \).

The quadratic function is \( 4x^2 – 9 \)

The complex zero calculator can be writing the \( 4x^2 – 9 \) value as \( 2.2x^2-(3.3) \)

For finding zeros of a function , the real zero calculator set the above expression to 0

Similarly, the zeros of a function calculator takes the second value 2x-3 = 0

So, zeros of the function are 3/2 and -3/2

Therefore, zeros finder take the Sum and product of the function:

Zero sum = \( (3/2) + (-3/2) = (3/2) – (3/2) = 0 \)

Zero product = \( (3/2). (-3/2) = -9/4 \).

## How this Zeros Calculator Works?

· Enter an equation for finding zeros of a function .

· Hit the calculate button to see the results.

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such that x is the zero of the given function in the specified domain.

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## How To Use the Zeros Calculator

Let’s discuss how to use the Zeros Calculator to find the zeros of any given function.

Figure-1 Methods to find Zeros

Use the Zero Calculator to find the zeros of the desired function.

## How Does a Zero Calculator Work?

The zeros calculator also provides the sum of all the roots of the function.

Lastly, it also calculates the product of all the roots of the function.

## Solved Examples

Enter the given function in the expression tab of the Zeros Calculator.

It will display the following results:

The roots of the function are given as:

The root plot is shown in Figure 1:

Figure 3 Zeros of function three

Zeros represented on Number Line are shown in Figure 2:

Figure 4 Zeros of function four

Find the zeros of the following trigonometric function:

\[ f(x) = 2 sin x + \sqrt{3} \]

Use the calculator to find the roots.

\[ x = \dfrac{2}{3} \pi ( 3n + 2) \]

\[ x = \dfrac{1}{3} \pi ( 6n – 1) \]

Find the zeros of the following function given as:

It will display the results in a new window.

Find the zeros of the following polynomial function:

\[ f(x) = x^4 – 4x^2 + 8x + 35 \]

This is a polynomial function of degree 4. Therefore, it has four roots.

All the roots lie in the complex plane.

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## Roots of quadratic polynomial

This is the standard form of a quadratic equation

Example 01: Solve the equation $ 2x^2 + 3x - 14 = 0 $

In this case we have $ a = 2, b = 3 , c = -14 $, so the roots are:

## Quadratic equation - special cases

Sometimes, it is much easier not to use a formula for finding the roots of a quadratic equation.

Example 02: Solve the equation $ 2x^2 + 3x = 0 $

Example 03: Solve equation $ 2x^2 - 10 = 0 $

This is also a quadratic equation that can be solved without using a quadratic formula.

The last equation actually has two solutions. The first one is obvious

## Roots of cubic polynomial

To solve a cubic equation, the best strategy is to guess one of three roots.

Example 04: Solve the equation $ 2x^3 - 4x^2 - 3x + 6 = 0 $.

if we plug in $ \color{blue}{x = 2} $ into the equation we get,

In this case we divide $ 2x^3 - x^2 - 3x - 6 $ by $ \color{red}{x - 2}$.

Now we use $ 2x^2 - 3 $ to find remaining roots

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Example 05: Solve equation $ 2x^3 - 4x^2 - 3x + 6 = 0 $.

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## Polynomial Zeros

## What is the root of a polynomial?

Given a polynomial function \(p(x)\), we say that \(x\) is a root of the polynomial if:

Observe that the roots of the polynomial are also called polynomial zeros.

## What are the steps for finding the zeros of a polynomial?

- Step 1: Identify expression you want to work with. Make sure it is a polynomial and simplify as much as possible
- Step 2: We will use the polynomial factoring approach to find its root
- Step 3: Start trying to find elementary (rational) roots with the rational zero theorem , and use polynomial division to reduce the original polynomial, if possible
- Step 4: If Step 3 worked and you could reduce the original polynomial, repeat the previous steps to try to factor the reduced polynomial

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## Example: Zeros of a Polynomial

What are the zeros of : \(x^5 + x^4 - x^3 + x^2 - x + 1\)?

▹ The dividers of \(a_{5} = 1\) are: \(\pm 1\).

▹ The dividers of \(a_0 = 1\) are: \(\pm 1\).

## Example: Calculating roots a quadratic function

Calculate the solutions of: \(3x^2 - 2x - 4 = 0\).

Solution: We need to solve the given quadratic equation \(\displaystyle 3x^2-2x-4=0\).

We find that the equation \( \displaystyle 3x^2-2x-4 = 0 \), has two real roots, so then:

Conclusion : Therefore, the factorization we get looking for is given by:

The roots found are \(-\frac{1}{3}\sqrt{13}+\frac{1}{3}\) and \(\frac{1}{3}\sqrt{13}+\frac{1}{3}\) .

## Example: Polynomial Zeros

Rational Roots : We will try to find simple rational roots first, with the Rational Zero Theorem.

▹ The dividers of \(a_{3} = 24\) are: \(\pm 1,\pm 2,\pm 3,\pm 4,\pm 6,\pm 8,\pm 12,\pm 24\).

▹ The dividers of \(a_0 = -1\) are: \(\pm 1\).

which completes factorization process.

Result : Therefore, the final factorization is:

Therefore, the roots found are \(\frac{1}{2}\),\(\frac{1}{3}\) and \(\frac{1}{4}\) .

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