# Finding zeroes

The zeros of a function are the x coordinates of the x intercepts of the graph of f. Example 3 Find the zeros of the sine function f is given by f (x) = sin (x) - 1 / 2 Solution to Example 3 Solve f (x)

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## Finding Zeros of a Polynomial Function

1. list all possible rational zeros using the Rational Zeros Theorem. 2. use synthetic division to determine each possible rational zero found. This also reduces the polynomial to a quadratic    ## Zeros of Polynomial

We have figured out our zeros. X could be equal to zero. P of zero is zero. P of negative square root of two is zero, and p of square root of two is equal to zero. So, those are our zeros. Their zeros are at zero, negative squares of two, and positive squares of two. And so those are
`  ## 5.6: Zeros of Polynomial Functions

Generally, for a given function f (x), the zero point can be found by setting the function to zero. The x value that indicates the set of the given equation is the zeros of the function. To find the zero

## Zeros of a Polynomial Function

The zeros of a polynomial can be found from the graph by looking at the points where the graph line cuts the \(x\)-axis. The \(x\) coordinates of the points where the graph

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## High School Math : Finding Zeros of a Polynomial

Find all the zeroes of the following polynomials. f (x) = 2x3−13x2 +3x+18 f ( x) = 2 x 3 − 13 x 2 + 3 x + 18 Solution. P (x) = x4 −3x3 −5x2+3x +4 P ( x) = x 4 − 3 x 3 − 5 x 2 + 3 x + 4

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