Algebra/Fundamental Theorem of Algebra

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Statement[edit]

By Algebra 2, we shall learn about the funamental theorem of algebra. It state that for every polynomial, the highest power is the amount of zeroes. We can use this theorem to understand how many zeroes a polynomial function got.

Complex Numbers[edit]

This theorem doesn't mean REAL SOLUTIONS. It means ALL THE COMPLEX SOLUTIONS. We don't care if it's a real or imaginary number, and this theorem states that all the numbers in the complex set(containing real numbers, pure imaginary numbers, and complex numbers) can be the solution.

Reference and Authors[edit]

  • McDougal Algebra 2
  • Holt Algebra 2
  • Lial, Hornspy, Schenider Precalculus
  • Alvin Ling (starter)