When graphing a linear inequality, what does a dashed boundary line indicate
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When graphing a linear inequality, what does a dashed boundary line indicate
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1. User Answers colby55
the dashed line means you don't include any points on the line... and is represented by the inequalities > or < 
2. User Answers shansha1234
Use the factored form of a polynomial to find its zeros .... Thus if you have found such a factorization of a given function, you can be completely sure what the zeros of that function are. ... Find the zeros of the following function: f(x)=(x+3)2(x2).