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find a degree 3 polynomial with zeros -2, 1, 5 and go through point (0, -3)
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Well, since -2,1,5 are zeros. Then they must be...
Since all those would equal to 0.
Then you just multiply the three. (x+2)(x-1)(x-5). And you get the answer.
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