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Algebra Level 5

Find the value of \(k\) such that \(x^5+kx+4\) has exactly one positive root of multiplicity 2.

Clarification: Having one positive root of multiplicity 2 means that there is exactly one positive root for the equation, and the root is repeated as a factor of the polynomial twice.

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