I'm not posting this to get the exact answer, I just need help on finding the coefficients.
I'm not real good with polynomials, and I've been struggling a little.
I just need explaining on how to find the coefficients of problems like these.
the coefficient of x^2 is 4
the coefficient of x is 3
-3 is a constant term.
Now if you want the zeros
4x^2+3x-3 = 0
(4x-3)(x+1)= 0 if x = -1 or x = +3/4
Thank you, Damon
Damon is secretly a super school hero! Ty Damon!
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