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Keith determines the zeros in the function f(x) to be -6 and 5 what could Keith's function.

Keith determines the zeros in the function f(x) to be -6 and 5 what...

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Keith determines the zeros in the function f(x) to be -6 and 5 what could Keith's function.

Keith determines the zeros in the function f(x) to be -6 and 5 what could Keith's function.

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First, put these answers in factored form (X+6) (x-5) then use FOIL.
Multiply the FIRST terms of each of these mini equations...giving you X^2 then multiply the OUTER terms...
Giving you -5x.
Now multiple the INNER terms... giving you 6x.
Lastly, multiply the LAST terms.
. Giving you -30.
Now add like terms.
X^2 -5x +6x -30.
Now simplify, giving you X^2 +X -30

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