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    Finding Zero(s)

    Find the zero(s) of the function:

    f(x) = [1/(x+1)] + [1/(x-2)]

    My answer is -1 and 2.
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    x=-1 and x=2 would be the location of the vertical asymptotes. The only zero of the function is found at ( .5,0 )
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    so the answer is .5?
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    Yes. The only zero can be found at (\frac{1}{2},0)
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