Question 31323This question is from textbook College Algebra
I'm trying to find all real solutions to this equation:
multiplying by x^4:
4(x^4-4x^2+1) = 0 (unfactorable?)
Using the quadratic equation I get:
-4+-sq root of 3, but this doesn't seem right.
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