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Verify whether the values indicated against the following polynomials are zeroes of the polynomial.

p(x)=ax+b; x= -b/a

Answer :

After substituting the value for variable in the polynomial if we get 0 then that value is called zero of the polynomial.


It means that if p(x) = 0, then x will be called as the zero of the polynomial.


p(x) = ax + b; x= -b/a


substituting in ax + b


p() = a() + b


p() = -b + b


p() = 0


Yes is zero of polynomial p(x) = ax + b


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