Posted by **Jimmy** on Wednesday, January 10, 2007 at 5:41pm.

find an equation for a ploynomial function with zeros, negative 8, negative 3 over 4, 1 over 5, and 2.

hey it is 53h8kkds

f (x) = x(x+8)(x+ 3/4)(x- 1/5)(x-2)

will be zero when any one of the factors is zero. Multiply the factors to get the polynomial form.

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