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use the zero product property to solve
(x-2)(x+9)=0

  • algebra -

    If (A)(B) = 0 then either
    A = 0 or B = 0

    apply that to your equation.

  • algebra -

    z(-1)(z+3)=0
    x^2 - x - 10=2
    please help I really don't get it .

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