Find the zeroes of the polynomial by factorization method 3x^{2}+4x-4

Pam Stokes 2021-12-14 Answered
Find the zeroes of the polynomial by factorization method
3x2+4x4
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Andrew Reyes
Answered 2021-12-15 Author has 24 answers
Step 1 Given
3x2+4x4
Step 2 By factorization
3x2+6x2x4
3x(x+2)-2(x+2)
(x+2)(3x-2)=0
x+2=0; 3x-2=0
x=-2; 3x=2
x=23
Zeroes are 23 and -2

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servidopolisxv
Answered 2021-12-16 Author has 27 answers
Step 1
The given equation is
3x2+4x4=0
Step 2
To find the zero, firstly factor will be done
3x2+6x2x4=0
3x*(x+2)-2*(x+2)=0
(3x-2)*(x+2)=0
So
3x-2=0, x+2=0
x=2/3, x=-2

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