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# Prove that if and is any positive integer, then the polynomial function cannot have two

## Problem 77 Chapter 3.2

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Problem 77

Prove that if and is any positive integer, then the polynomial function cannot have two real roots. xy

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EXAM 3 STUDY GUIDE Chapter 15: Carbohydrates Terms to Know  Biomolecules­ exist in living organisms  Carbohydrates­ occurring OH groups with a ketone or aldehyde o Monosaccharides= simple sugar= 3­7 carbons o Disaccharides= 2 monosaccharides= 6­14 carbons o Polysaccharides= complex­ many monosaccharides combined...

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