A function is given by f(x)=x^4−2x^3−2x^2+6x−3. What is the solution set for f(x)⩾0

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A function is given by f(x)=x^4−2x^3−2x^2+6x−3. What is the solution set for f(x)⩾0?
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A function is given by f(x)=x^4−2x^3−2x^2+6x−3. What is the solution set for f(x)⩾0?
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f(1)=0 so (x-1) is a factor.
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f(1)=0 so (x-1) is a factor.
Cool. What next?
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