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2014-06-20T09:37:22+05:30
For calculating the zero of a linear polynomial as given in your question, we add "= 0" after it.
So, 3x + 5 = 0, this means x = (-5/3). 
Hence, the zero of the polynomial is -5/3.
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2014-06-20T09:49:25+05:30

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Equate the polynomial to zero
3x+5=0
3x = -5
x = -5/3
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