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The graph of \(y=p(x)\) is given in figure below, for some polynomial \(p(x)\). Find the number of zeroes of \(p(x)\).

Number of zeroes is zero.

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Using graph of a polynomial we can find the number of zeroes of a polynomial by looking how many times the graph of \(p(x)\) cuts or touches the \(x\)-axis.

As the graph of \(p(x)\) does not touch or intersect\(x\)-axis.

Therefore, There are no zeroes of \(p(x)\) .

As the graph of \(p(x)\) does not touch or intersect\(x\)-axis.

Therefore, There are no zeroes of \(p(x)\) .

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