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What are the zeros of the polynomial function: f(x) = x3 – 5x2 + 6x ? 0, –3, 2 0, 3, –2 0, –3, –2 0, 3, 2
first factor out x\[\implies x(x^2 -5x + 6)\] now factor out the trinomial \[\implies x(x-3)(x-2)\] do you know how to get the roots now?
yes but i don't know which answer i got is correct?
which answer did you get?
the four listed underneath the question i asked
@lggy, you forgot to set f(x) = 0 first.
i meant which one of it
yeah @Hero seems i did...
A.)0, –3, 2 B.)0, 3, –2 C.)0, –3, –2 D.)0, 3, 2
i said which one is YOUR answer...not repeat the choices
all of them, i just dont know which one
right... so you know it's either A, B, C or D right?
I can't tell if you're trolling or being serious...
anyway... if you have something like \[x(x+2)(x-5)(x+4)\] then the roots will be 0, -2, 5, -5 so what do you think will be the roots of \[x(x-3)(x-2)\]
typo...that should be "then the roots will be 0,-2,5,-4