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30 August, 02:53

Consider the polynomial equation x (x-3) (x+6) (x-7) = 0. What are the zeros of the equation?

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  1. 30 August, 04:40
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    Hello:

    x (x-3) (x+6) (x-7) = 0

    x=0 or x-3=0 or x+6=0 or x-7=0

    x=0 or x=3 or x=-6 or x=7

    the zeros of the equation : 0, 3, - 6, 7
  2. 30 August, 04:50
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    Anything times zero is equal to zero

    hence for,

    x (x-3) (x+6) (x-7) = 0

    only one of the groups/parenthesis must be equal to zero

    therefore

    x=0

    x-3=0

    x+6=0

    x-7=0

    just solve for all the x's, all those values are considered zeros of the equation
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