Posted by **Isobelle** on Wednesday, September 17, 2008 at 10:19pm.

I have a test tomorrow and I really don't get this, please help me.

"Use transformations and the zeros of the quadratic function f(x)=(x-6)(x+4) to determine the zeros of each of the following functions

a) y=2f(x) b) y=f(2x) c) y=f(0.5x)"

I am so lost, I don't get what it means by 'the zeros', please, please, please help me!

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