Hi eveveryone I was just hoping for some quick help on frustrating physics related math problem. I won't go into detail on the actual problem becasue i know i found the correct polynomial but i was wondering if there was any easy way to find the roots to this polynomial:(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

3x^4-960x^3+91500x^2-6272000x+501760000=f(x)

*sorry i haven't figured out how to use latex or w/e it's called*

rational roots seems rather arduous with the numbers involved. Any suggestions?(I know there is only one answer about 125.98 i think but i was wondering if there was a way to find an exact answer algebraically or with calculus or something)

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# Roots of a 4th degree polynomial

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