Delfin

answers: 1

Register to add an answer

Answer:

Zeros of a polynomial can be defined as the points where the polynomial becomes zero on the whole. A polynomial having value zero (0) is called zero polynomial of the form p(x) = 0. Any value of x can be a zero of a zero polynomial.

211

Lamb

For answers need to register.

Contacts

mail@expertinstudy.com

Feedback

Expert in study

About us

For new users

For new experts

Terms and Conditions