# The graph of f(x) is shown. The graph starts at the bottom left, continues up through the x axis at negative three to a maximum ar

The graph of f(x) is shown. The graph starts at the bottom left, continues up through the x axis at negative three to a maximum around y equals three, goes back down through the x axis at negative one to a minimum around y equals negative one, and goes back up through the x axis at one. For what values of x does f(x) = 0? −1, 1, 2 −2, −1, 1 −3, −1, 1 −1, 1, 3

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1. The values of x for which the function instance f(x) = 0 as required in the task content are; -3, -1, 1.

### What values of x render the function, f(x) = 0?

It follows from the task content that the values of x for which the given function, f(x) = 0 is to be determined.
On this note, it is noteworthy to know that the values of x for which f(x) = 0 are termed zeroes of the function and are otherwise called; x-intercepts.
Since, according to the task content; the graph starts at the bottom left, continues up through the x axis at negative three to a maximum around y equals three, goes back down through the x axis at negative one to a minimum around y equals negative one, and goes back up through the x axis at one.
Therefore, the required values of x are x-values at which the graph intersects the X-axis and hence are at;
x = -3
x = -1 and
x = 1.
Ultimately, the required values of x are at the points where f ( x ) = 0 are; -3 , -1 and 1.
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