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Using no calculator to find the roots, find all 4 zeros of $2x^4+11x^3-24x^2-19x+14$.

Hint: You can use the rational root theorem and the quadratic equation.

Let the product of these 4 roots be A.

What is \(\displaystyle \left(A+14 \right) \left(\frac{671}{7} \right)\)?

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Hint: You can use the rational root theorem and the quadratic equation.

Let the product of these 4 roots be A.

What is \(\displaystyle \left(A+14 \right) \left(\frac{671}{7} \right)\)?

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Remember to read the POTW submission guidelines to find out how to submit your answers!

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