﻿ 5. If 3 and V3 are two of the roots of a fourth degree polynomial with integer coefficients, find the product of the other two roots?  , 13.02.2020 05:12, bryantpropst1395

# 5. If 3 and V3 are two of the roots of a fourth degree polynomial with integer coefficients, find the product of the other two roots?   ### Other questions on the subject: Mathematics Mathematics, 21.06.2019 15:00, donmak3833
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5. If 3 and V3 are two of the roots of a
fourth degree polynomial with integer
coefficie...

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