While randomly surfing the net, I found the following problem:

Find the sum of the absolute values of roots of the polynomial equation \(x^{8} - 92x^{3} +1 =0\).

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is it 8

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Can you please provide your solution?

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I used AM GM as absolute value is alway positive. Btw, whats answer?

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