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How do i find the zero of (x-10) (4x-3) = 0

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  1. 1 July, 13:04
    X=10 and X=3/4 basically it's whatever X equals to make the inside the parentheses equal zero. So if I were to plug 10 into the first parentheses you'd have 10-10 which equals zero. Also the zero has to the the opposite sign of what's in the parentheses. So if - 10 is in the parentheses then the zero has to be the opposite so positive 10.
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