Odd degree polynomials can have at least ____ root(s) and up to ___ roots?

A polynomial of *nth* degree in which *n* is an odd value **must have at least 1 real root** since the function approaches - ∞ at one end and + ∞ at the other.

A polynomial of *nth* degree in which *n* is an odd value can **have at most up to n real roots**.

**Odd degree polynomials can have at least __1__ root(s) and up to _n__ roots?**

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