list the possible rational roots for 6^x+5x^4+4x^2+3 as given by the rational roots theorem
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6^x+5x^4+4x^2+3

Number of factors of 3 = 3,1

Number of factors of 6 = 6,3,2,1

So possible rational roots are: +/-(1/2 , 1, 3/2 , 3 , 1/6, 1/3, 1 )
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