Do you mean "no integer zeroes"?
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The only possible rational and hence possible integral zero are
and since none of these are zero's we are done
We find that the graph is strictly increasing
. . and the only x-intercept occurs between (-2, -9) and (-1, 2)
. . (when the graph crosses the x-axis).
Hence, the only zero of the function occurs between and
Therefore, there are no integral zeros.