algebra 2
posted by lisa .
find the zeros of quadratic ( 8v+7)(v2)=0 show the step please

if two numbers are multiplied and the product is zero, then at least one of the numbers is zero.
So, either
8v+7=0 or v2=0
v = 7/8 or v=2
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