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In this problem, is f(x) a function like f(x)=sin(x) or is it a polynomial??

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TopNewestWhat is the difference between a function and a polynomial......?

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f(x) is a function, not necessarily a polynomial.

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Can you post the question? The link says this solvable does not exist

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The question is

A function f:R→R satisfies f(5−x)=f(5+x). If f(x)=0 has 5 distinct real roots, what is the sum of all of the distinct real roots?

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It is a function, not a polynomial.

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