I need to make a 3 degree polynomial with the only zeros being 3 with the multiplicity being "1, 4 and multiplicity of 2." I know that the zeros and 3 degree are typed together like so, (x-3)^3. But how can one have multiple multiplicities?
Here is the full question for future users. "Find a formula for a degree three polynomial function whose zeros are 3 with multiplicity 1, and 4 with multiplicity 2" It was worded funny.