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

Nannie Mack 2021-02-03 Answered
Find the zeroes of the polynomial by factorization method
3x2+4x4
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Pohanginah
Answered 2021-02-04 Author has 96 answers

Step 1
Given
3x2+4x4
Step 2 By factorization
3x2+6x2x4
3x(x+2)2(x+2)
(x+2)(3x2)=0
x+2=0,3x2=0
x=2,3x=2
x=23
Zeroes are 23 and -2

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