algebra 2
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write a polynomial function with the given zeros, 2,0, radical 3

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A cubic equation with given roots x1,x2,x3 can be written as
(xx1)(xx2)(xx3)=0
The equation can be expanded to the normal polynomial form if required.
In the given case,
x1=2
x2=0 and
x3=3
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