Find the zeros of the function. State the multiplicity of multiple zeros.
y = (x - 4)2
A.
x = 0 multiplicity 4
B.
x = 4 multiplicity 2
C.
x = -4 multiplicity 3
D.
x = 4 multiplicity 3

Find the zeros of the function. State the multiplicity of multiple zeros.
y = (x - 4)2
A.
x = 0 multiplicity 4
B.
x = 4 multiplicity 2
C.
x = -4 multiplicity 3
D.
x = 4 multiplicity 3

Find the zeros of the function. State the multiplicity of multiple zeros. y = (x - 4)2 A. x = 0 multiplicity 4 B. x = 4 multiplicity 2 C. x = -4 multiplicity 3 D. x = 4 multiplicity 3

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