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## jasleen727 4 years ago can someone show me how to find the zeros... f(x) =x^3+4x^2+4x. FIND the zeros of f.

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1. Mybrainvsme

set it = 0 so you can factoooorrrr

2. Mybrainvsme

and you can factor out an x from the get go!

3. Mybrainvsme

0= x(x²+4x-4)

4. dinainjune

right x(x^2+4x+4)=0 x(x+2)^2=0

5. Mybrainvsme

0=x(x +2) (x-2) x = 0 x = 2 x= -2 these are the zeros.

6. dinainjune

x=0, and x+2=0 is x=-2

7. saifoo.khan

f is written just beside x.

8. Mybrainvsme

lol yes, correct saifooooo.

9. jasleen727

^im confused... >.<

10. saifoo.khan

are u?

11. jasleen727

NEVER MIND. got it! haha

12. Mybrainvsme

yayyyyyyyyyyy

13. Nick_Black

yo

14. jasleen727

sup

15. jasleen727

im not so good at graphs..so.. f(x)=1-3^x the graph of f is reflected over the line y=x. what is the name of function of the new graph?

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