# How do you write a polynomial with zeros: -3,1,5,6?

##### 1 Answer

For a zero, when

#### Explanation:

A 'zero' or 'root' of an equation is a point at which it crosses the

For that to happen, one of the factors must go to zero. If we take the example of

For a positive value of

Using this approach, over all we get:

We could multiply this through to get an expression in