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A polynomial has been factored, as shown below: f(x) = (x − 9)(x + 12)(x − 24) What are the zeros of the polynomial? −9, 9, −12, 12, −24, 24 −9, 12, −24 9, −12, 24 9, 12, 24
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c? @welshfella @ganeshie8
anonymous
  • anonymous
In order for f(x) to be zero, one of the factors must be zero (the only way for a product to be zero is if one or more of the factors is zero). So, to find the roots(zeros), set each factor equal to zero and solve for \(x\). \[x-9=0\]\[x+12=0\]\[x-24=0\]The solutions to these equations are the roots(zeros) of the function.
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x-9=0 +9 x=9

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could you make sure a few others are coreredct?
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@Mehek14 @ospreytriple
anonymous
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What did you get for the answer to this question?
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i got c @ospreytriple @Mehek14
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i know but osprey qas asking
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and coudl you help me with a few more to maek sure they are ocrrect?
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Sorry. Not sure why the asker's answer doesn't appear in my thread.
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thats ok :)
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it happens all the time w/ me

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