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Find the zeroes of the quadratic polynomial

t square-15
What is the other side of the equation?Or do we need to factorize this term?
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You haven't written RHS value of the equation. I think you forgotten to write 0 in RHS.
Assuming that RHS is 0
we have the equation:-
 t^{2} =15
t =  \sqrt{15} or t = -\sqrt{15}
So the roots or zeros are -  \sqrt{15} and  -\sqrt{15}
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T² - 15 = 0
⇒ t² = 15
⇒ t = √15 and -√15
0 0 0
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