Asked by gpnkumar0 | 11th May, 2017, 07:28: AM
The zeroes of the polynomial p(x) are precisely the x-coordinate of the points where the graph y = f(x) intersects the x-axis.
(Since when the graph intersects the x-axis, at that point the y-coordinate will be 0 and the zeroes or the roots will be only the x-coordinate of that point.)
Answered by Rebecca Fernandes | 24th Nov, 2017, 12:51: PM
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