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22 January, 23:26

What are the zeroes of the function

y = 3 (x-a) (x+b)

in terms of a and b?

1. x = - a and x = b

2. x = a and x = - b

3. x = - 3a and x = 3b

4. x = 3a and x = - 3b

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  1. 23 January, 00:03
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    Option 2 because: Set a and b to zero and then solve

    Solve for a x-a=0

    x=a

    Solve for b x+b=0

    x=-b
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