# What are the zeros of the function?

In order to find the zero of a polynomial, equate P(x) = 0 and find the corresponding values of x.

## Answer: Zeros of a function are the points where the graph of the function meets the X-axis i.e., at the solutions of f(x) = 0.

Let us understand the zeros of the function in detail.

**Explanation:**

The zeroes are those values of the variable for which the polynomial as a whole has zero value.

For example, f(x) = x^{2} - 1, the zeros are 1, and -1. As, f(1) = 0 = f(-1)

The graph of f(x) intersects X-axis at the zeros of the function.

### Thus, zeros of a function are the points where the graph of the function meets the X-axis.

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