# How do you find the zeroes of y=-2x(x-6)?

Jul 2, 2015

#### Answer:

To be zero, one of the factors in the multiplication needs to be $= 0$

#### Explanation:

So either $- 2 x = 0 \to x = 0$
Or $x - 6 = 0 \to x = 6$
graph{-2x(x-6) [-36.53, 36.52, -18.28, 18.27]}