Determine all of the roots (zeros) of the polynomial and then write thepolynomial in factored form. Be sure to follow the steps

Determine all of the roots (zeros) of the polynomial and then write the polynomial in factored form. Be sure to follow the steps provided so that
your work is organized. Step 1: Use your calculator to find one root. Step 2:
Divide Q(x) by one of its factors to write the polynomial as a product of a
linear and a quadratic factor. Step 3: Solve the Quadratic Factor
Algebraically from part (b) and write the original polynomial as a product
of 3 linear factors.
Q(x) = x - 3x2 - 14x - 20

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  1. 2(10 - 13x) + 9x = -34x + 6020 - 26x + 9x = -34x + distributive property-17x = -34x + subtraction property (subtracted 20 from both sides)17x = addition property (added 34x to both sides)x = 40/ division property (divided both sides by 17)

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