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posted by frank .
find all real zeros and their multiplicity of the polynomial function
f(x)=5(X4)squared(x+2)

f(x) = 5(x4)^2(x+2)
or
= 5(x4)(x4)(x+2)
zeros are 4 and 2
How many times does each one occur?
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