Question

( f(x)=x^{7}+14 x^{5}+16 x^{3}+30 x-560=0 )
( f^{prime}(n)=7 x^{6}+70 x^{4}+48 x^{2}+30>0 )
It is shictly increasing function
when ( x rightarrow infty ; f(n) rightarrow infty )
( x rightarrow-infty ; f(n) rightarrow-infty )
It cuts ( x ) anis at exactey one point ( therefore ) it has only one real root

# How many real solution does the equation x?+ 14x5 +16x3 + 30x-560 = 0 have? [A (A) 1 (B)3 (C) 5 (D)7

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