xintercept transformation
What happens to the xintercept of y = ax+b when you reverse the leading coefficient, a, and the constant, b? What happens to the xintercept(s) of y= ax^{2} +bx +c when you reverse the leading coefficient, a, and the constant, c? What happens to the xintercepts of a polynomial in the form y = ax^{n}+ bx^{n1} +cx^{n2}+...+z when you reverse the leading coefficient, a, and the constant, z?
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