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An equation has solutions of m = –5 and m = 9. Which could be the equation? (m + 5)(m – 9) = 0 (m – 5)(m + 9) = 0 m2 – 5m + 9 = 0 m2 + 5m – 9 = 0

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Jeremy Wood on January 21, 2019

Answer: Option 1 is the correct answer is (m+5)(m-9)Explanation:we can answer the question of "Zero Product Property".we always have factors comes out to be suppose that (x-2) we equalize to zero and get x= -2 hence in the question we have to write in the converse formwe can see if we match to (m+5) = 0, then we are only going to get m = -5y (m-9) =0, then m = 9So, it's just that you have to take the opposite sign in the interior of the support that is given with the root.Option of 2, 3, and 4 are incorrect because of the reason mentioned above.Therefore, Option 1 is the correct


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