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December 11th, 2016, 11:47 PM   #1
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\[3rd-degree\] Polynomial Word Problem Help

A \[3rd-degree\] polynomial function f(x) has a nonzero constant term and has no variation in sign. consider the following statement:

"f(x) must have at least one negative real number among its zeros."

(a) The statement is True
(b) the statement is false

If you could explain the reasoning behind this it would help a lot! Thanks
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