x=1 is one of the roots of the function, but there's more than just that one! One key thing to remember is that the highest degree of a function equals the number of roots in the function. In this case, f(x) is a 4th degree, or quartic, function (the highest exponent value is ^4). That means there are four roots in the equation, but it doesn't necessarily mean they are all real roots!To find all the roots, you need to factor the function completely, and that may involve nonreal roots, or values of x where it is actually not an x-intercept. Hope this helps!