What are the zero(s) of the function f(x) = the quantity of 4 x squared minus 36 x, all over x minus 9?
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What are the zero(s) of the function f(x) = the quantity of 4 x squared minus 36 x, all over x minus 9?
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1. User Answers flightbath
Answer:
x=0 is the root for the given function
Explanation:
We have been given with the function
[tex]\frac{4x^236x}{x9}[/tex] taking out 4x as the common factor from numerator then we will get
[tex]\frac{4x(x9)}{(x9)}[/tex]
Now cancel out the common factor from numerator and denominator we will get
4x=0
[tex]\Rightarrow x=0[/tex]
Hence, x=0 is the zero of the given function
Zero of the function is solution of the function the point where function gives the value zero

2. User Answers lilybyrnes073
Answer:
x=0
Stepbystep explanation: