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f(x) = 5x^2 - 35x
I converted ^ that equation to..
5x^2-35x = 0

How do I go about from here to determine the zeros and the y intercept?

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    5x(x-7)=0 gives zeroes.

    y intercept is when x is zero, so compute f(x) in each case.

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    Thanks so much!

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