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Step 1

According to the rational roots theorem, if *f(x)* is a polynomial with integer coefficients, then every zero of the polynomial has the form *p/q* where *p* is a factor of the constant term of *f(x)* and *q* is a factor of the leading coefficient.

Obtain all the possible rational zeroes as follows.

Step 2

Determine which of the possible zeros are actual zeros by substituting these va...

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