AP Calc
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What are the zeros (roots) of the function 2x/((x^2)1) ? Would it just be (0,0)?
Thanks in advance!

since f(x) is a rational function, f(x)=0 where the numerator is zero (as long as the denominator is not also zero).
so, when is 2x=0?
Your answer is correct (almost). A zero is an xvalue where y=0. So, the zeros here are just x=0.
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