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I am supposed to be finding a fifth degree polynomial with 5i, 1-3i, and -1 as zeros. I know that -5i and 1+3i are the other two zeros because of the conjugate pairs theorem however when it comes to simplifying I keep getting the wrong answers. I am using MyMathLab and this is the new problem it has generated for me. Will you help walk me through it so I can see what I am doing wrong?

I am smart and working on a deadline so please err on the side of moving to quickly. I will slow you down if I need to. Thank you. Question: Type an exact answer: sin[2sec-inverse- (u/6)], u is greater than zero.

Find parametric equations for the tangent line to the curve with the given parametric equations at the specified point. x= 1+2t^.5, y=t^3-t, z=t^3+t; (3,0,2)

what are the doain and range of f? what is the x intercept of the graph of f? f(x)=ln (x-1)-1

Find the point of intersection between the line with parametric equations x=2-t, y=1+3, z=2t-1 with the plane 2x-y+z=2

Solve each equation: 1.) 2log (base 4) (x + 4) = 2

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I started this problem but am not entirley sure that it is right or how to progress.

please help me divide:

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