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Find the zeros the function
*could someone explain this to me step by step I'm very confused

Y=x^2-x-42

  • Algebra - ,

    the zeros of a function is where the corresponding graph of the function crosses the x-axis.

    Your function factors into

    y = (x-7)(x+6)

    for what values of x does the right side of your equation become zero?

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