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# Let us determine the zeros of the following polynomials—f(x) = ax + b, (a ≠ 0)

Formula used/Theory.

There is some value of ‘x’ for which the f(x) comes to 0, that value of ‘x’ is said to be zero of polynomial f(x)

We have,

f(x) = ax+b

Then,

Zero of the polynomial f(x)

Means f(x) = 0

ax+b = 0

ax = -b

x =

Zero of polynomial f(x) is

Conclusion.

Hence, the zero of the polynomial f(x) is

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