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  1. [tex]5x^3+4x-2=0\\\\
(5x^3+4x-2)'=15x^2+4\\\\
15x^2+4=0\\
15x^2=-4\\
x^2=-\dfrac{4}{15}\\
x\in\emptyset 
[/tex]

    The derivative of [tex]5x^3+4x-2[/tex] is positive for all real numbers, which means the function is increasing in its all domain and therefore there is only one intersection with the x-axis ⇒ one solution.

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