Third-degree, with zeros of −3−3, −2−2, and 11, and passes through the point (3,6)(3,6).

sincsenekdq 2022-09-16 Answered
Third-degree, with zeros of −3−3, −2−2, and 11, and passes through the point (3,6)(3,6).
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Nelson Santana
Answered 2022-09-17 Author has 13 answers
if C is the zero of a polynomial function f(x), then x-c is a factor of f(x)
f(n) has -3,-2,11 of a zeros.
So
f ( x ) = a ( x + 3 ) ( x + 2 ) ( x 11 ) f ( 3 ) = 6 6 = a ( 6 ) ( 5 ) ( Q ) a = 1 90 f ( x ) = 1 90 ( x + 3 ) ( x + 2 ) ( x 11 )
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