# How do you write a polynomial equation of least degree given the roots -1, 1, 4, -4, 5?

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To write a polynomial equation of least degree given the roots -1, 1, 4, -4, and 5, you can use the factored form of a polynomial. Start by using the roots to form linear factors of the polynomial equation. Then multiply these factors together to obtain the polynomial equation in factored form. Finally, expand the expression to find the polynomial equation of least degree.

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