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(2x^2 - 2) how would you find the zero of this??? Would you add 2 to the 0 and then square root it and then divide 2???

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  1. anonymous
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    2x^2-2=0?

  2. anonymous
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    to find the zero of a polynomial im confused XD

  3. anonymous
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    Order of operations. You'd have to divide by 2 first, then take the square root

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    yes make it x^2-1 then you have your answer

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    theres 2 answers

  6. anonymous
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    So once I subtract 2, divide it by 2, and then square root it?

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    x^2-1=0 ->x^2=1

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    im so confused now

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    oooo i got it now

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    divide the whole equation by 2 then do the order of operations thanks guys

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    yw

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