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1. Makes no sense. Here's a guess: if f(x) is x+1 is not divisible by 4 and definitely has an integral root, whereas if f(x) is 4 then f is divisible by 4 and has no integer roots (consider it as the constant function). NB, functions don't have solutions, perhaps you could say what f is?


2. Of course.

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