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8-37.

If you were to graph the function $f(x) = (x - 74)^2(x + 29)$, where would the graph intersect the $x$-axis?

Remember that wherever the graph intersects the $x$-axis, $f(x)$ will be zero. Use the Zero Product Property.

The graph has a double root at $(74, 0)$ and another root at $(-29, 0)$.